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X-RAY GENERATOR

HF 300 / HF 600
HF 3SE / HF 3SEE
OPERATORS MANUAL

2146 East Pythian


Springfield, MO 65802
Phone (417) 864-6511
Fax (417) 864-7394
Part # AC-4000 Rev. 2
Revision Date: June 4th, 2004

TABLE OF CONTENTS
List of Revisions
Pre-Installation
Responsibility of Purchaser
Product Pre-Installation Data
Dimensions
Dimensions/Generator Cabinet
Dimensions/OCP Wall Mount
Dimensions/OCP Pedestal Mount
Mounting and Service Area
Environmental Requirements (Operating)
Radiation Warning
Installation Notice
HCMI Disclaimer
SECTION A Preface
Introduction
Manual Overview
System Description
Standard Configurations/Optional Features
Standard Configurations
Optional Features
Safety Notice
Safety Recommendations
Mechanical/Electrical
Compliance Notice
X-Ray Protection Notice
Shipping Information
Guarantee
Duration of Guarantee
Guarantee/Warranty Terms and Conditions
Buyers Remedies
SECTION B General Information
HF Series Generator Specifications
Dimensions HF 300, 600, 3SE, 3See, OCP (All Models)
Specifications Overview Table B-1
Power Requirements
General Electrical Compliance Requirements
Power Specifications (Single Phase Input Units) Table 2-1
Power Specifications HF-3SE/HF3SEE Table 2-2

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Section A

Section B

TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION B General Information Continued
Electrical Requirements
Tube and Collimator Compatibility
Operator Control Panel
Display and Indicators
Mode Selection Keys
Bucky Selection Keys
Utility Keys
Power Controls
Figure 2-1 HF Series Generator/OCP Dimension
Figure 2-2 HF Series Operator Control Panel
General Cleaning
External Surface ..
Internal Cabinet Cleaning
System Description
SECTION C System Operation
Overview
Power On/Off Procedures
To Power-On Your System
Power-On Self Test
To Power-Off Your System
Automatic Power-Off Feature
Full Charge Shutdown (Stored Energy Only)
Daily Procedures
Warm-Up Procedures
Table 3-1 Exposure Settings for Seasoning Procedures
Operating Modes
Setting Up to Take Exposures
Pre-Exposure Selections
Select An Operating Mode
Select Region of Interest
Figure 3-2 Auto Tech Menu
Select an Anatomical View
Figure 3-3 Anatomical View Selection Menu
Verify/Select Measurement
Figure 3-4 AEC Mode
Verify/Select AEC Density/Field
Density
AEC Field

Section B
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Section C

TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION C System Operation (continued)
Figure 3-5 Auto Tech Menu (AEC On, AEC Field Select)
Figure 3-6 AEC Mode Enabled, Field Selection Settings
Verify/Select Bucky
Verify/Select Exposure Factors
Typical Operators Display Prior To Exposure
Figure 3-9 Auto Tech Mode
Figure 3-10 Auto Tech, AEC Mode
Figure 3-11 Manual Mode
Figure 3-12 AEC Manual Mode
Fault Reset
Figure 3-13 AEC Fault/Reset Display
Figure 3-14 Exposure Fault Error Message
Image Quality
SECTION D System Diagnostics
Overview
Error Messages and Descriptions
Possible Faults
Main Circuit Breaker
SECTION E Installation On HCMI Installation CD
Installation Instruction Advisory
Overview
Pre-Installation Guidelines
Electrical Requirements
Installation Procedures
Unpacking/Installing/Connecting the Equipment
Figure 5-1 Generator Dimensions
High Voltage Tanks
Figure 5-la Check Oil Level
Figure 5-2 High Voltage Tank Connections
High Voltage (High Tension) Cables
Figure 5-2a Connect High Voltage Cables
Figure 5-2b High Tension Cable Installation
Figure 5-2c Cabinet Top Cable Assembly
Operator Control Panel
Procedure for Assembly
Bucky/Collimator Interconnections
Powering the System
Power Connections

Section C
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Section D
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Section E
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SECTION E Installation (continued)
Figure 5-2d Supply Conductor Connections
Verify Input Power Procedures
Calibrating the System
Verifying Programmed Techniques
Inspecting the System
Table 5-1 Cable Codes and Terminal Connection
Figure 5-3 Remote Switch Connections Diagram
Figure 5-4 Bucky Interconnection Diagram
Figure 5-9 Line Tap Panel HF 3SE
Figure 5-10 Line Tap Panel HF 3SEE
Figure 5-11 Din Rail Layout HF 300/HF 600
Figure 5-12 Din Rail Layout HF 3SE/HF 3SEE
SECTION F Calibration On HCMI Installation CD
Introduction
Reference Voltage Calibration
Liquid Crystal Display
For SE Systems Only
HF-3SE/HF-3SEE
Regulated Power Supply Calibration (A-184)
+/-15 VDC Supply
Filament Voltage Supply
KVP Control Board (A-189)
Filament Control Regulator Board (A-263/A-190SE)
KV Calibration
Anode and Cathode H.V. Tank Balance Test
Figure 6-11 Utility/Maintenance Menu (Calibration Mode)
Figure 6-12 kVp Calibration
Figure 6-13 kVp Calibration Menu
Figure 6-13a kVp Calibration Select Menu
MA Calibration
Figure to Access kVp/mA Calibration Select Menu
Figure 6-14 mA Calibration Menu
Maximum Deviation kVp, Time, mA, mAs
Linearity Test
Reproducibility
AEC Calibration (Sets Normal to 1.2 Optical Density Nominal)
AEC Calibration, Expose Film and Measure Optical Density

AEC Linearity Test


AEC Reproducibility

Section E
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Disabling Generator Exposure Audible Tone
SECTION G Programming/Utilities - On HCMI Install CD
Auto-Tech Technique Programming
Auto-Tech Programming Procedures
Figure 7-1 Auto-Tech Region of Interest Menu
Figure 7-2 Anatomical View Selection Menu
Figure 7-3 Main Program Edit Menu
Figure 7-4 SID and mA Selection Edit Menu
Figure 7-5 Bucky and CM Range Selection Edit Menu
Figure 7-6 Exposure Factor Selection Edit Menu
Utility/Maintenance Operations
Figure 7-7 Utility Maintenance Menu
Copy Master to EEPROM
Figure 7-9 Copy MASTER Verification Menu
Copy EEPROM to Master
Figure 7-10 Copy EEPROM Verification Menu
Print
Calibration
SECTION H Maintenance On HCMI Installation CD
Introduction
Maintenance and Service Guidelines
Maintenance Procedures
Electrical Maintenance
Table 8-1 HCMI HF Series Calibration checklist
Series HF 300 Settings
Series HF 600 Settings
Series HF 3SE/HF 3SEE Settings
Linearity Test Average Exposure Ratio
AEC Linearity Test Average Exposure Ration
Table 8-2 Maintenance Checklist
SECTION I Schematics On HCMI Installation CD
Power Module Driver PCB A-318
Interface PCB A-267
Regulated Power Supply PCB A-184
Microprocessor PCB A-272
Stored Energy Microprocessor PCB-A-172
KVP Contol PCB A-189
S.E. Filament Control Regulator PCB A-190
Filament Control Regulator PCB A-263
Filament Resistor PCB A-186

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Section G
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Section H
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Section I
10-6
10-7
10-8
10-9
10-10
10-11
10-12
10-13
10-14

TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION I Schematics (continued)
Distribution PCB A-185
Code Board PCB A-911
Power Shutoff PCB A-202
AEC Interface PCB A-194
Source Charger PCB A-288
Charge Monitor Circuit PCB A-299
Operator Control Panel PCB A-164
Operator Control Panel PCB A-198
HF-300/HF600 Rev. 1
HF 3SE (Stored Energy) Rev. 1
HF 3SEE (Stored Energy) Rev. 1
Eureka True Speed Wall Bucky

Section I
10-15
10-16
10-17
10-18
10-19
10-20
10-21
10-22
10-23
10-24
10-25
10-26

LIST OF REVISIONS
DATE

PAGE

DESCRIPTION

05/22/01

DESCRIPTION MICROPROCESSOR BOARDS A272-A172SE

16 SEC E

TABLE 5-1

21 SEC E

FIG 5-11 DINRAIL LAYOUT +30VDC

22 SEC E

FIG 5-12 DINRAIL LAYOUT +30VDC

2 SEC F

SOURCE CHARGER CAL. A 288 ES

3 SEC F

RE-WRITE CALIBRATION INSTRUCTIONS

5 SEC F

ADDED CORRECT DECIMAL VOLTAGE VALUES

6 SEC F

REMOVED kVp CALIBRATION TEXT

7 SEC F

PARAGRAPH C. D. REMOVED

8 SEC F

ADDED Kv WARNING FIGURE

9 SEC F

ADDED STEP 9

10 SEC F

REMOVED SES 410, DC REF, 380 DISPLAY WINDOWS

11 SEC F

FILAMENT RESISTOR BOARD A6 TO A 186

12 SEC F

AEC CALIBRATION RE-WRITTEN

14 SEC F

AEC CALIBRATION RE-WRITTEN

15 SEC F

AEC CALIBRATION RE-WRITTEN

16 SEC F

ADDED PART NUMBER MICRO. PROC. BOARD A-172/272

7 SEC G

OMIT NOTE

8 SEC G

ADD PART NUMBER A-172/272

9 SEC G

ADD PART NUMBER A-172/272

10 SEC G

OMIT COMPLETE PAGE

3 SEC H

SOURCE CHARGER VOLTAGE - SE ONLY

2 SEC D

ADDED ERROR MESSAGES

3 SEC D

ADDED ERROR MESSAGES

SCHEMATICS

A-299 CATHODE AND ANODE REVERSED

SCHEMATICS

A-267 C16 CONNECTION

SCHEMATICS

HF-300/HF-600 STAND BY POWER SUPPLY

SCHEMATICS

HF-3SE/HF3-SEE STAND BY POWER SUPPLY

3 SEC F

HF-3SE/HF3-SEE #5 CHANGED J1 TO J3

3 SEC F

HF-3SE/HF3-SEE #6 CHANGED J1 TO J3

12/21/01

14 SEC B

Amp MOM: 220 RMS CHANGED TO Amp MOM: 225RMS

02/07/02

SCHEMATICS

EUREKA TRUE SPEED BUCKY ADDED

03/12/02

SCHEMATICS

SEE 10-24. IN HF3-SEE UNITS, WIRE ADDED TO WIRE HARNESS

05/02/02

3 SEC F

06/18/02

SCHEMATICS

CHANGE THE SPECIFICATION FOR ADJUSTING THE OUTPUT VOLTAGE OF THE A-188/A-288
SOURCE CHARGER BOARD FRO +/-204-206 VDC TO +/-212 VDC.
REVISED SCHEMATICS

06/04/04

Entire Manual

09/10/01

Separated Operators Manual and Installation Manual. Installation Manual now provided through website
and on CD. Operators Manual provided on CD and Hard copy to customer.

Pre-Installation
The pre-installation document provides necessary information and data to plan and prepare the
customers site prior to equipment delivery and installation.
This document considers only the generators, operators control panel and associated
components.

RESPONSIBILITY OF PURCHASER:
Site preparation is the responsibility of the purchaser. The following should be considered before
delivery of system components.
Install required material for radiation shielding.
Complete room floor, ceiling and wall finish.
Install wire raceway, conduit and ground points.
Install proper size wire junction boxes with covers at locations specified in the installation plans.
Install power mains with proper size conductors voltage rating and kVa (see Table 2-0 pg.14).
Install safety devices according to service manual and local codes.
Install wall support materials if specified for tubestand, wall holders and operators control panel.
Contact local building inspectors before installation for any additional requirements necessary to
your location, etc.
Completing ALL pre-installation requirements will avoid delays and confusion.

PRODUCT PRE-INSTALLATION DATA


Dimensions:
Power Cabinet

LENGTH

WIDTH

HEIGHT

FOOTPRINT

WEIGHT

BTU

VOLUME

HF300

43.2cm
17 in

60.9cm
24 in

142 cm
56 in

26.35dm
408 sq in

148 kg
325 lb

2559

378.62 dm
23105 cu in

HF600

43.2cm
17 in

60.9cm
24 in

142 cm
56 in

26.35dm
408 sq in

148 kg
325 lb

2559

378.62 dm
23105 cu in

Stored Energy

LENGTH

WIDTH

HEIGHT

FOOTPRINT

WEIGHT

BTU

VOLUME

HF3 SE

43.2cm
17 in

60.9cm
24 in

142 cm
56 in

26.35dm
408 sq in

183 kg
402 lb

2661

378.62 dm
23105 cu in

HF3 SEE

43.2cm
17 in

60.9cm
24 in

142 cm
56 in

26.35dm
408 sq in

183 kg
402 lb

2661

378.62 dm
23105 cu in

Pre-Installation
continued

Figure 1 Generator Cabinet

Pre-Installation

continued
OPERATOR
CONTROL
PANEL

LENGTH

WIDTH

HEIGHT

FOOTPRINT

WEIGHT

BTU

VOLUME

ALL
MODELS

20.2 CM
8.0 in

24.5 CM
10 in

10.2 CM
4.0 in

5.18 dm
80.3 sq in

1.3 kg
2.81 lbs

12.11

5.26 dm
320 cu in

Figure 2 OCP Wall Mount

Pre-Installation

continued

Figure 3 Pedestal Mount


D

Pre-Installation
continued
Mounting and Service Area
The recommended mounting of each generator component is:

Power cabinet with high voltage transformers. Anchor to floor with four M10 (3/8) bolts
(not supplied by HCMI, Inc.). (See Figure 1).
Operators control panel with wall mount shelf (supplied by HCMI, Inc.) (See Figure 2).
Optional pedestal stand for operators control panel mounting (See Figure 3).

Note: For seismic areas, all components must be secured with anchors specified
by local standards.

THE MINIMUM RECOMMENDED FREE AREA FOR SERVICE

COMPONENT

POWER
CABINET

HF300/600
HF3 SE/HF3 SEE

OPERATORS
CONTROL PANEL

LEFT SIDE

RIGHT SIDE

FRONT

0.5 m
20 in

0.5 m
20 in

1.0 m

0.1 m
3.9 in

0.1 m
3.9 in

Completely
Free

REAR

0.1 m
3.9 in

Environmental Requirements (Operating)


Altitude - Temperature - Humidity. All ratings and duty cycles apply to ambient temperature
between 10 C (50 F) and 38 C (100 F), average relative humidity not exceeding 90 % and
altitude not exceeding 2400 m (8000ft) sea level. Environment must be controlled within these
limits.
Heat output of power cabinet with high voltage transformers under normal operating
environment can reach 750 watts (2559 BTU). Do not store materials on top of power cabinet.
Safety Devices and Exposure Interlocks. The door interlock switch indicates to the
operator when doorways to the x-ray room are open. It inhibits the x-ray exposure if room
door is open. X-ray warning light is a signal lamp installed outside of the x-ray room near
the entrance. The warning light cable should be routed to the power cabinet.

Radiation and Mechanical/Electrical Warning


(from NEMA Standards Publication/No. XR8-1979)

Radiation Warning for Diagnostic X-Ray Systems


X-rays are dangerous to both operator and others in the vicinity unless established safe exposure
procedures are strictly observed.
The useful and scattered beams can produce serious, genetic or potentially fatal bodily injuries to any
persons in the surrounding area if used by an unskilled operator. Adequate precautions must always be
taken to avoid exposure to the useful beam, as well as to leakage radiation from within the source housing
or to scattered radiation resulting from the passage of radiation through matter.
Those authorized to operate, test, participate in or supervise the operation of the equipment must be
thoroughly familiar and comply completely with the currently established safe exposure factors and
procedures described in publications such as Sub-Chapter J of Title 21 of the Code of Federal
Regulations, Diagnostic X-Ray Systems and their Major Components, and the National Council on
Radiation Protection (NCRP) No. 33, Medical S-Ray and Gamma-Ray Protection for Energies up to 10
MeV-Equipment Design and Use, as revised or replaced in the future.
Failure to observe these warnings may cause serious, genetic or potentially fatal bodily injuries to
the operator or those in the area.

Mechanical/ElectricalWarning for Diagnostic X-Ray Systems


All of the moveable assemblies and parts of X-ray equipment should be operated with care. Only
properly trained and qualified personnel should be permitted access to any internal parts. Live electrical
terminals are deadly; be sure line disconnect switches are opened and other appropriate precautions are
taken before opening access doors, removing enclosure panels or attaching accessories.
Do not remove the flexible high tension cables from the X-ray tube housing or high tension generator or
the access covers from the generator until the main and auxiliary power supplies have been disconnected.
When disconnecting high voltage cables, they must be grounded immediately in order to dissipate any
electrical charge that may remain on the cables or the tube.
Failure to comply with the foregoing may result in serious or potentially fatal bodily injuries to the
operator or those in the area.

THIS INSTALLATION AND


OPERATION MANUAL
MUST
BE DELIVERED TO THE
PURCHASER UPON
COMPLETION OF THE
INSTALLATION PRIOR TO
RELEASE OF THE
EQUIPMENT.

INSTALLATION OPERATORS MANUAL


S/N 1000 AND UP
5.0/above Software
REVISION 1
MANUAL # AC-4000 Rev-1

Notice

This manual is copyrighted and all rights are reserved. No portion of this
document may be copied, photocopied, reproduced, translated or reduced
to any electronic medium or machine readable form without prior consent
in writing from HCMI, Inc.

Disclaimer

HCMI, Inc. reserves the right to make changes to this manual and the
equipment described herein without notice. HCMI, Inc. shall not be liable
for any technical or editorial errors or omissions made herein or for
incidental, special or consequential damage of whatsoever nature resulting
from the furnishing of this manual or operation and performance of
equipment in connection with this manual. The original draft of this
document is written in English. The revision level of this document is
shown on the front cover.

Copyright 2000 HCMI, Inc.


2146 East Pythian, Springfield, MO 65802 USA
HF is a registered trademark of HCMI, Inc. All other product names or brand names
are trademarks of their respective holders.

PREFACE

SECTION A
PREFACE

Page 1 Section A

PREFACE

SECTION A:
INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on selecting the HCMI, Inc. HF Radiographic System. This is one of the
finest x-ray radiographic system designed for todays market. HCMI, Inc. incorporates state of
the art technology along with TRUE 100 kHz high frequency resonant power source,
anatomically programmable technique selection and Quartz accurate electronics. Your new
instrument is designed to provide you with years of service with proper maintenance and care.
MANUAL OVERVIEW
The HF Series Operation Manual is intended for use by technologists and field engineers. Four
sections are enclosed. The first four provide the general information and system operation and
diagnostic procedures necessary to operate the HCMI, Inc. HF 300 system. All other
information regarding installation, troubleshooting and schematics can be obtained through our
website at www.newhcmi.com or on the CD Rom provided with your system.

Section A PREFACE - includes a system description, safety notices and recommendations,


shipping information, compliance and x-ray protection notices and warranty information.

Section B GENERAL INFORMATION - includes component specifications, system options,


an overview of operating modes and a description of system controls and indicators.

Section C SYSTEM OPERATION - provides completed operating procedures, including power


on/off procedures, operation modes and exposure selection criteria.

Section D SYSTEM DIAGNOSTICS - contains a description of error messages and a list of


common system faults with suggested responses.

Section E INSTALLATION provides installation and interconnection procedures.

Section F CALIBRATION provides calibration procedures, including kVp, mA, and system
electronics.

Page 2 Section A

PREFACE
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
The HCMI, Inc. HF Generator is a anatomically programmable high-frequency x-ray generator.
Operating at 100 kHz resonance, the system offers remarkable performance as a diagnostic tool
with dramatic reductions in exposure times and patient radiation dose.
The HF series accommodates up to 72 views for 2500 anatomically programmed techniques.
After a thickness measurement is entered prior to exposure, the system automatically sets
programmed x-ray techniques and exposure factors, including AEC mode (if available), tube
selection, bucky selection, kVp, mA, and time. Programmed techniques can be modified at any
time through the control panel, either in the actual stored program or during the current exam.
During exposure, the AEC (optional) works in conjunction with Auto-Tech to provide uniform,
repeatable, high quality images with the smallest variation of optical density between patients.
The HF series is also available as a stored energy system that allows you to plug it into a
standard power receptacle (110 VAC).

Standard Configurations and Optional Features


Standard Configurations
The HF Series X-ray generators are state-of-the-art programmable systems. Since the
requirements of radiological practices vary widely, HCMI, Inc.s basic system design provides
for easy future upgrades. The HF Series is available in four (4) base configurations, as follows:
Single Phase Models:

HF-300
HF-600

Stored Energy Models:

HF-3SE
HF-3SEE

110 VAC 50/60 Hz


220 VAC 50/60 Hz

Note: Stored Energy models can be connected to a standard 110 VAC or 220 VAC power
source.

Page 3 Section A

PREFACE
Optional Features
A variety of options provide the flexibility to meet individual requirements:

Automatic Exposure Control (AEC) System: uses an ion chamber to assure proper
exposure times. The anatomical program selects the kV, bucky, mA and focal spot prior
to exposure; the AEC then terminates the exposure at the exact mAs required for a
perfect image. This provides uniform film density from patient-to-patient and film-tofilm.

Pedestal Mount (PDL-1000): free-standing unit offers maximum in operator access and
convenience.

SAFETY NOTICE

The HF Series High-Frequency X-Ray generator, manufactured by HCMI, Inc. will


function reliably when operated, maintained, and repaired according to the instructions
provided in this manual.

HCMI, Inc. cannot assume responsibility for any malfunctioning of this equipment
resulting from improper operation, maintenance, repair, or from damage or modification
of its components.

This equipment can be hazardous to both patient and operator unless established safe
exposure factors are observed.

X-ray equipment is sold to be used exclusively by or under the prescribed direction of a


person who is licensed by law to operate equipment of this nature.

HCMI, Inc. disclaims all responsibility from any injury resulting from improper
application of this equipment.

Page 4 Section A

PREFACE
Safety Recommendations
Mechanical/Electrical
All moveable assemblies and parts of this equipment must be operated with care. Manufacturers
equipment recommendations described in this manual (included with equipment) must be
observed.
Routine inspection of these assemblies should be performed by qualified service personnel on an
annual basis. Only properly trained service personnel should be permitted access to internal
assemblies, as live electrical components may be present. Be sure line disconnect switches are
open or other appropriate safety precautions are followed before service work is performed.
Failure to follow manufacturers or service personnels recommendations may result in
serious injury.

CAUTION: This equipment contains electrostatic sensitive devices.

Observe

proper grounding precautions before handling components or PCBs.

WARNING: GROUNDING: this equipment is grounded to an earth ground


through the electrical power cord ground wire. It must be connected into a
properly grounded electrical box. Under no circumstances should it be operated
without the proper three wire power cord attached.

COMPLIANCE NOTICE
The certified model HCMI, Inc. x-ray system you have purchased has been designed, manufactured, and
calibrated to comply with governing Federal Regulations 21 CFR Subchapter J and the performance
standards attendant thereto.
Scheduled maintenance is essential to the assurance of continued integrity of this equipment with respect
to regulatory compliance. The continuance of certified performance to the regulatory standard is
incumbent upon the users diligent conformance to recommended maintenance instructions.
Upon installation, all certified products require the filing of Form FD-2579 Report of Assembly of a
Diagnostic X-Ray System by the Assembler (i.e., the installer) with the appropriate agencies; the
Installation Quality Assurance Checklist must be completed and properly distributed upon installation.
A copy of each form (pink copy) is provided to the user. The Installation Report is also completed by the
installer and returned to HCMI, Inc.

Note: Form FD-2579 is required for US installations; please observe the applicable
regulations of your particular local and/or national agencies.

Page 5 Section A

PREFACE
X-Ray Protection Notice
X-ray equipment may cause injury if used improperly. The instructions in this manual must be
adhered to when operating the HF series. HCMI, Inc.s authorized dealers will assist you in placing
your system into operation.
Personal radiation monitoring and protective devices are available. You are urged to use them to
protect against unnecessary x-radiation exposure.
It is important that you be fully acquainted with applicable government radiation protection
regulations. Many provisions of these regulations are based on recommendations of the National
Council of Radiation Protection and Measurements. Recommendations for medical x-ray protections
are published in NCRP Report Number 102, available from:
NCRP Publications
7910 Woodmont Ave. Suite 1016
Bethesda, MD 20814
Those responsible for the planning of x-ray equipment installations must be thoroughly familiar and
comply completely with NCRP #49, Structural Shielding Design and Evaluation for Medical Use of
X-Rays and Gamma-Rays of Energies up to 10 MEV, as revised or replaced in the future.
Those authorized to operate, test, participate in or supervise the operation of the equipment must be
thoroughly familiar and comply completely with the currently established safe exposure techniques
and procedures described in publications such a Subchapter J of Title 21 of the code of Federal
Regulations, Diagnostic X-Ray Systems and Their Major Components, and the NCRP Report 102
referenced above, as revised or replaced in the future. Failure to observe these warnings may cause
serious injuries.

SHIPPING INFORMATION

The manufacturer is relieved of any responsibility for damage during shipment after the unit is
picked up by the carrier.
Examine all cartons and crates carefully at time of delivery. If damage is apparent, have delivery
driver write a Damaged Shipment Note on copies of the freight bill, sign it, and file the
appropriated carrier claim. Should you discover concealed damage, immediately notify the
transporting agent and ask for an Inspection of Damage. Carrier will not accept concealed
damage claim if filed after 15 days from date of receipt of merchandise.
Open crate or carton marked packing list enclosed first. Remove packing list and use as guide
to open remaining cartons. Do not dispose of packing material until packing list is matched with
actual parts received. Should there be a shortage or damage, notify the manufacturer
immediately.
Shipping storage limits: Ambient Temperature: 10C (50F) to 38C (100F): Relative Humidity: 0 to
85% non-condensing: Operating Altitude: 0 to 2400m (8000 Ft.)
Environment Must Be Controlled Within Limits

Page 6 Section A

PREFACE
Guarantee
Providing the warranty card (s) are completed and returned to the manufacturer within fifteen (15)
days after receipt of the equipment, HCMI, Inc. warrants to Buyer that any new product
manufactured by HCMI, Inc. (Product) will (1) be free from defects in material and
manufacturing and (2) conform substantially to applicable specifications in effect on the date of
shipment when subjected to normal, proper and intended usage by properly trained personnel. The
criteria for all testing shall be the applicable specifications, utilizing factory-specified calibration and
test procedures and instruments.

ALL PRODUCT WARRANTIES AND ALL REMEDIES FOR WARRANTY FAILURES ARE
LIMITED IN TIME AS LISTED BELOW.

Duration of Guarantee
SEE GUARANTEE (WARRANTY) CERTIFICATE FOR DURATION
Any component furnished without charge to Buyer during the warranty period to correct a warranty failure shall be
warranted only to the extent of the unexpired term of the warranty of the original product. This warranty extends
only to the original purchase and is not transferable unless authorized in writing by HCMI, Inc.

GUARANTEE/WARRANTY TERMS AND CONDITIONS


Warranty consideration will be given only for products properly returned to the HCMI, Inc.
factory in accordance with HCMI, Inc.s warranty/guarantee return procedure.
A fully completed Returned Goods Authorization/Service Report must be returned with the
defective item(s), if applicable. All shipping charges resulting from warranty returns are the
responsibility of the Purchaser or Dealer.

An item serial number must be given to facilitate any warranty claim.


BUYERS REMEDIES
If HCMI, Inc. determines that any Product fails to meet any warranty during the applicable warranty
periods, HCMI, Inc. shall correct any such failure either at its option (a) by repairing, adjusting, or
replacing any defective or nonconforming Products, or defective or damaged part of parts of the
Product or (b) by making available at the place of assembly any necessary repaired or replacement
parts or assemblies. HCMI, Inc. shall have the option to furnish either new or exchange replacement
parts or assemblies. All replaced parts shall become the property of HCMI, Inc.
Installation, troubleshooting or repair service is not included in this warranty/guarantee.
Warranty of service is the responsibility of the dealer selling the equipment.
SEE WARRANTY CERTIFICATE FOR COMPLETE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF
WARRANTY/GUARANTEE AS STATED BY MANUFACTURER.

Page 7 Section A

GENERAL INFORMATION

SECTION B
GENERAL INFORMATION

Page 1 Section B

GENERAL INFORMATION
HF Series Generator Specifications
This section contains system specifications and technical data for the HF generator, controls and
indicators for the Operator Control Panel.
DIMENSIONS
Power Cabinet

LENGTH

WIDTH

HEIGHT

FOOTPRINT

WEIGHT

BTU

VOLUME

HF300

43.2cm
17 in

60.9cm
24 in

142 cm
56 in

26.35dm
408 sq in

148 kg
325 lb

2559

378.62 dm
23105 cu in

HF600

43.2cm
17 in

60.9cm
24 in

142 cm
56 in

26.35dm
408 sq in

148 kg
325 lb

2559

378.62 dm
23105 cu in

Stored Energy

LENGTH

WIDTH

HEIGHT

FOOTPRINT

WEIGHT

BTU

VOLUME

HF3 SE

43.2cm
17 in

60.9cm
24 in

142 cm
56 in

26.35dm
408 sq in

183 kg
402 lb

2661

378.62 dm
23105 cu in

HF3 SEE

43.2cm
17 in

60.9cm
24 in

142 cm
56 in

26.35dm
408 sq in

183 kg
402 lb

2661

378.62 dm
23105 cu in

OPERATOR
CONTROL
PANEL

ALL
MODELS

LENGTH

WIDTH

HEIGHT

FOOTPRINT

WEIGHT

BTU

VOLUME

20.2 CM
8.0 in

24.5 CM
10 in

10.2 CM
4.0 in

5.18 dm
80.3 sq in

1.3 kg
2.81 lbs

12.11

5.26 dm
320 cu in

Specifications Overview
kVp Range:
kVp Accuracy:
mA Range:
mA Accuracy:
Time Range:
Time Accuracy:
mAs Accuracy:

40-125 kVp in 1 kVp steps


+ 5%
Model dependant (see table B-1)
+ 10% or 5 mA, whichever is greater
5 milliseconds to 6 seconds, over 200 steps
+ 1% + 3 milliseconds. Time is measured at the 90% level of the peak kV
+ 1% for time greater than or equal to 100 milliseconds and current greater
than or equal to 50 mA; otherwise, accuracy is a product of time and mA
accuracies
Duty Cycle:
1% of full load or x-ray tube limits, whichever is less
Heat Energy Output: AVG. 1936 BTU/hr
kW Output:
- HF 300 = 30 kW - HF 600 = 37.5 kW - HF 3SE = 30 kW
- HF 3SEE = 30 kW

Note: Specifications for all configurations are identical, except as noted in chart and power
requirements. All specifications do not include measurement instrumentation accuracy.

Page 2 Section B

GENERAL INFORMATION
Specifications Overview continued
SPECIFICATIONS

STORED
ENERGY

SINGLE PHASE

MODEL

HF 300

HF 600

HF3SE

HF3SEE

MAXIMUM KW

30

37.5

30

30

KW @ 100KV @
0.1 SEC

30

30

30

30

KVP RANGE
1 KVP STEPS

MA STATIONS
S= small focus
L= large focus

40-125

25S 75S 150S


150L 200L
250L 300L

40-125

25S 75S 150S


200L 300L
400L 500L
600L

40-125

25S 75S 150S


150L 200L
250L 300L

40-125

25S 75S 150S


150L 200L
250L 300L

Table B-1 Generator Specifications

Page 3 Section B

GENERAL INFORMATION
Power Requirements
For any electrical installation, all electrical wiring/connections must be installed by a qualified
electrician and conform to national and local codes. Requirements for health care facilities
(National Electric Code NFPA No. 70) must be followed. Common power specifications are
described below and configuration dependant electrical requirements are listed in Figure 2-0,
page 6 Sec B.

General Electrical Compliance Requirements


These general guidelines must be followed in order to comply with the National Electric Code:

All wiring must be copper.

Insulation rating of the wire must be at least 50% of momentary current (as listed in
Figure 2-0, HF Electrical Requirements).

All fuses, circuit breakers and disconnect switches should conform to the above
requirement of 50% of momentary current; the Disconnect Switch is to be located
within reach of the operator.

For all installations, a separate earth ground (#6 AWG insulated wire) must be installed.
This #6 AWG insulated wire must be the ONLY wire connected to the ground terminal.

Power Specifications (Single Phase Input Units)


Specification
Input voltage: configured at
time of installation
Long Term Amps

HF-300
200-250 VAC
50/60 Hz
5 amps

HF-600
200-250 VAC
50/60 Hz
5 amps

Momentary Amps

225 amps RMS

250 amps RMS

Line Regulation

7% at full load

7 % at full load

Line Voltage Compensation

Fully automatic, max.


overall line voltage
variations (non-equip
related) not to exceed 7%

Fully automatic, max.


overall line voltage
variations (non-equipt
related) not to exceed 7%

Table 2-1. Power Specifications for Single Phase Input Units

Page 4 Section B

GENERAL INFORMATION
Power Specifications continued
Power Specifications (HF 300 600 Models) listed in Table 2-1 on page 4 Sec B and (HF 3SE
3SEE) listed in Table 2-2 below.
Specification
Input voltage: configured at
time of installation
Long Term Amps
Momentary Amps

HF-3SE
105-130 VAC
50/60 Hz
Less than 6 amps
Less than 20 amps
during rotor start up time
10% at 20 amp load

Line Regulation
Line Voltage Compensation

Fully automatic, max.


overall line voltage
variations (non-equip
related) not to exceed +/- 5%

HF-3SEE
200-250 VAC
50/60 Hz
Less than 3 amps
Less than 10 amps
during rotor start up time
10 % at 10 amp load
Fully automatic, max.
overall line voltage
variations (non-equipt
related) not to exceed +/- 5%

Table 2-2. Power Specifications for Stored Energy Units

Page 5 Section B

GENERAL INFORMATION
Electrical Requirements

Page 6 Section B

GENERAL INFORMATION
Electrical Requirements continued
For any electrical installation, all electrical wiring/connections must be installed by a qualified
electrician and conform to national and local codes. The guidelines listed below must be
followed in order to comply with the National Electric Code:

All wiring must be copper

Insulation rating of the wire must be a least 50% of momentary current (as listed in
Figure 2-0, page 6, Sec B, Electrical Requirements.

All fuses, circuit breakers and disconnect switches should conform to the above
requirement of 50% of momentary current; the disconnect switch is to be located within
reach of the operator.

For all installations, a separated earth ground (#6 AWG insulated wire) must be installed.
This #6 AWG insulated wire must be the only wire connected to the copper ground
terminal.
Requirements for health care facilities (National Electric Code NFPA No. 70) must be
followed.

Page 7 Section B

GENERAL INFORMATION
Tube and Collimator Compatibility
Tube: HCMI, Inc: BXT Series
Toshiba: E72 Series
Note: For tube types not listed, consult factory.
Collimator: HCMI, Inc./EUREKA LINEAR MC-150
HF generators are compatible with any automatic collimating system that provides an isolated
normally open switch which closes when the Automatic Collimation System presents an
Exposure Ready mode to the control; they are also compatible with any beam limiting device
that complies with 21 CFR Subchapter J intended for radiographic equipment other than general
purpose radiographic systems.

Operator Control Panel


The separate Operator Control Panel (shown in Figure 2-2) allows complete control and access
to all system functions and features. A twenty-one button touch-sensitive key pad combined
with a Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) and Light Emitting Diode (LED) technology provide userfriendly control and indication of system status. Controls and indicators described in the
following paragraphs can be referenced to Figure 2-2, HF Series Operator Control Panel.

Display and Indicators


LCD Panel: Displays techniques of corresponding selection keys providing a pre-indication of
kVp, mA, Time and mAs as well as measured thickness of the Region of Interest (ROI) in cm.
LED Indicators: A lit indicator lamp indicates an activated function.
Direction Keys: Pressing either the UP or DOWN arrow key (located above or below the LCD
display) will increase or decrease the corresponding factors, respectively.
Ready Indicator: This LED illuminates when the system has performed all of its self-checks
and is ready to take an exposure.

Mode Selection Keys


Manual Key: Allows for manual selection of all technique factors/parameters without automatic
system intervention.
AEC Key: Selects the optional Automatic Exposure Control (AEC) function. AEC uses an ion
chamber to assure proper exposure times.

Page 8 Section B

GENERAL INFORMATION
Mode Selection Keys continued
Auto-Tech Key: This key enables the Auto-Tech mode. After pressing Auto-Tech, the LCD
displays the eight (8) available anatomical regions for selection. After selection of an anatomical
region, up to nine available programs for the selected region are displayed. Once a program is
selected, the system automatically performs the following functions:

selects tube, bucky, and SID required for selected view

selects the kV and mA programmed for the anatomical thickness selected

selects chamber, field(s), film speed, and back up time if AEC is enabled

These technique factors are used by the microprocessor to set the phototimer that terminates the
exposure at the proper mAs for uniform optical density.

selects mAs if AEC is disabled

Bucky Selection Keys


Wall Bucky Key: This key selects the wall grid and AEC chamber, activating the wall bucky, if
present. This function can be programmed to activate when wall bucky techniques are used in
the Auto-Tech program.
Non-Bucky Key: This key allows for techniques that do not use a bucky. The LED illuminates
when NONE is selected. This function can be programmed to activate if a non-bucky
technique is used in an Auto-Tech program.
Table Bucky Key: This key selects the grid and AEC chamber, activating the bucky, if present.
This function is automatically activated if TABLE is used in an Auto-Tech program.
AEC Field Selection Keys: These keys select the field or combination of fields used to sense the
amount of radiation entering the film cassette. The operator selects the key with the appropriate
configuration of AEC field symbols. A shaded or hollow box indicates whether a field is used or
unused.

Page 9 Section B

GENERAL INFORMATION
Utility Keys
Prep Key: Boosts tube filament and rotor, checks all data lines.
Expose Key: Pressing this key initiates the exposure.
NOTE: This system incorporates many fail-safe devices (both mechanical and electrical) to
protect patients and technologist. If a microprocessor failure should occur during an exposure,
the operator control may be locked out with any or all indicators illuminated at random. In this
case, fail-safe devices are activated and all x-ray emission is terminated instantly.

Power Controls
Remote Power Switch: The system can be powered on or off by this switch without using the
main circuit breaker. In addition, system can be re-set with this switch after automatic power-off
feature shuts the system down. It is located on the OCP.

Page 10 Section B

GENERAL INFORMATION

WARNING: DO NOT ATTACH BRACKETS, MOUNT EQUIPMENT OR


DRILL HOLES IN THE POWER CABINET PANELS OR FRAME. DOING
SO WILL VOID THE WARRANTY AND COMPLIANCE TO UL 2601-1-2

TOP VIEW

HIGH TENSION
CABLE OPENING

24in

17in

(60.1cm)

(43.2cm)

24in
(60.1cm)

CABLE CLAMPS
FOR ALL INTERCONNECTING
CABLES FROM
GENERATOR

56in

56in

(142.2cm)

(142.2cm)

3in

(7.6cm)

COMPLIANCE
LABEL
22in
(56.5cm)
12in
(30.1cm)

220 VOLT POWER CABLE


FRONT VIEW

RIGHT SIDE

Figure 2-1 HF Series Generator and OCP Dimension


Page 11 Section B

REAR VIEW

GENERAL INFORMATION

Compliance
Label

Operator
Power Switch

Figure 2-2 HF Series Operator Control Panel


Page 12 Section B

GENERAL INFORMATION
Warning: Never attempt to clean or touch any part of the x-ray
generators internal components when power is turned on.
Switch off disconnect circuit breakers before cleaning.

General Cleaning
External Surfaces
Clean external covers and surfaces, particularly if corroding chemicals are present, with a cloth
moistened in warm water with mild soap. To rinse, wipe with a cloth moistened in clean water.
Never use cleaners or solvents of any kind. Also check painted surfaces and touch up as
required.

Internal Cabinet Cleaning


Remove power cabinet panels.

Caution:

Make sure that storage capacitors do not contain any residual

charge.
Visually inspect all areas for dust and foreign items. Carefully check for materials that could
cause shorts and remove them. If excess dust is present remove with air or vacuum cleaner.
Replace all safety covers and access panels before applying power.

System Description
HCMI, Inc. Generators described in this service manual comply with all the standards shown on
the label on page 13 of this section. Models listed in this manual are Class 1 equipment, type B
protection against shock. Generator models are ordinary medical equipment with enclosed
equipment cabinets without protection against ingress of liquids.
Mode of operation: All models are intermittent and classified as suitable for continuous
connection to the power supply mains. HCMI, Inc. Generator models are not suitable for use in
the presence of a flammable anesthetic mixture with air, oxygen or nitrous oxide.

Page 13 Section B

GENERAL INFORMATION
System Description

continued

X-RAY EQUIPMENT
CLASSIFIED WITH RESPECT TO ELECTRIC SHOCK, FIRE AND MECHANICAL
HAZARDS ONLY IN ACCORDANCE WITH UL 2601-1.
35YN

Page 14 Section B

SYSTEM OPERATION

SECTION C
SYSTEM OPERATION

SYSTEM OPERATION
Overview
This section provides the information necessary to operate the HF Series High-Frequency x-ray
generator.
The following operating procedures are outlined and described in detail:

Power on/off procedures

Seasoning procedures

Operating modes and selection: Auto-Tech, AEC and Manual

Printing techniques

Power On/Off Procedures


The following are step-by-step procedures to power-on/off your system according to its status.
There are three possible shut down states:
1. Complete Shut Down- The power switch and main circuit breaker were set to off. The
power line might have been disconnected
2. Remote Shut Down- The system was shut down with the remote ON/OFF power switch
on the Operator Control Panel (OCP).
3. Automatic Shut Down- Power to the system was automatically disconnected (via internal
timing circuit) after sixty minutes of inactivity.

To Power-on Your System:


From A Complete Shut Down
1. If necessary, connect the power line into the appropriate power receptacle.
2. Set the main circuit breaker on the system to the ON position.
3. Set the remote power switch (located on the OCP) to the ON position.

From A Remote Shut Down


1. Set the remote power switch to the ON position

From An Automatic Shut Down


1. Set the remote power switch to OFF.
2. Wait five seconds, then set the remote power switch to ON.

Page 2 Section C

SYSTEM OPERATION
Power-On Self Test

When the HF Series generator system is first powered-on, HCMI appears on the
display while the system automatically runs a series of self checks to ensure proper
operation. If an error is detected, the actual error (i.e., DOOR?) will appear on the
LCD. Upon successful completion of the self checks, the display will return to the last
exposure setting that was used.

To Power-Off Your System


For Short Periods of Time
1.
2.

Set the remote power switch on the OCP to the OFF position.
Ensure indicators are dark. System is now shut down.

For Long Periods of Time


1.
2.
3.

Set remote power switch on the OCP to the OFF position.


Locate the main circuit breaker on the generator and set to the OFF position.
If desired, unplug the power line from the power receptacle or set the main power
disconnect switch to the OFF position. System is now shut down.

Automatic Power-Off Feature


To help save power and protect system electronics when left unattended, the HF Series generator
system is equipped with an automatic power-off feature that shuts down the unit.
After approximately sixty minutes of inactivity, the system will automatically power-off through
software control, leaving all switches in the ON position.
An audible tone will be emitted for approximately 30 seconds before the system shuts down and
PRESS ANY KEY will be displayed on the operator control panel.
To Abort the Automatic Power-Off Feature: Press any key on the operator control panel.
To Re-start after Automatic Shut Down: Refer to Power-On Procedures.

Page 3 Section C

SYSTEM OPERATION
Full Charge Shutdown (Stored Energy Only)
Occasionally, when the system has not been used for an extended period of time, or after
a period of heavy use, a full charge shut-down is recommended. A full charge will help
to restore the batteries to a sufficiently-charged condition.
1. Press arrow keys (See Figure 6-11, page 7 Sec F).
2. Leave the system in this state until the next day.
3. The next day, press MANUAL on the Utility Menu. System is ready for use.

Daily Procedures
Warm-Up Procedures
All tube manufacturers recommend seasoning procedures upon installation and daily warm-up.
Systems used infrequently should have tubes seasoned on a daily basis. It is important that these
procedures be performed to maintain both the tube manufactures and HCMI, Inc.s extended
warranties.
A typical daily seasoning procedure is provided below. If the system has not been used for
several days, or upon installation, refer to the tube manufacturers instructions.

Procedure:
Table 3-1 Exposure Settings for Seasoning Procedures
EXPOSURE NUMBER
KVP
1
50

TIME (Seconds)
0.1

60

0.1

70

1.0

80

0.1

90

0.1

100

0.1

110

0.1

Page 4 Section C

SYSTEM OPERATION
Operating Modes
The HF Series can operate in four modes:

Manual

Automatic Exposure Control (AEC)

Auto-Tech

Auto-Tech with AEC


MANUAL MODE - requires manual calculation/selection of all x-ray techniques and exposure
factors.
AEC MODE - (optional) uses an ion chamber to ensure proper exposure times. Film density is
selectable via key pad control through selection of AEC fields in use and pre-programmed
film/screen combinations.
AUTO-TECH MODE - enhances radiographic imaging by automatically setting technique
factors. After a thickness measurement is entered, prior to exposure, the system automatically
sets programmed x-ray techniques and exposure factors including AEC mode (if available), tube
selection, bucky selection, kVp, mA, and time. Programmed Auto-Tech settings can be modified
at any time through the OCP, either in the actual stored program or for the current exam. During
exposure the AEC (optional) works in conjunction with Auto-Tech to provide uniform,
repeatable, high quality images with the smallest variation of optical density between patients.
AUTO-TECH WITH AEC MODE - after the technologist selects the anatomical view, the
system selects and sets all the optimum technique factors prior to exposure, including the wall or
table ION chamber.

Setting Up To Take Exposures


All aspects of x-ray techniques are entered at the OCP. Prior to taking an exposure, MODE,
BUCKY and TUBE must be selected. In addition, the displayed exposure factors (mA, Time,
kVp and mAs) should be verified. When operating in Auto-Tech mode, all x-ray techniques and
exposure factors are automatically entered for you.

Pre-Exposure Selections
This procedure outlines step-by-step instructions to set up x-ray techniques and exposure factors
prior to exposure. Since these procedures are mode and option dependant, refer to the
appropriate operating mode to begin. A flow chart on page 6 (Figure 3-1) provides a graphic
representation of the pre-exposure selection process. Selections are made by pressing the
appropriate key on the OCP or the UP/DOWN arrows on the LCD portion of the LCD.

Page 5 Section C

SYSTEM OPERATION
Pre-Exposure Selections

continued

Figure 3-1 Mode Selection Flow Chart

Select an Operating Mode


There are four possible modes of operation, depending on the options selected with your system.
The two basic modes are Auto-Tech and Manual. Automatic Exposure Control (AEC) can be
used as a stand alone mode (by itself) or in conjunction with Auto-Tech.
1.
2.
3.

Select a mode of operation by pressing the appropriate key: AUTO-TECH, AEC, or


MANUAL.
Once selected, ensure that the corresponding indicator is illuminated.
Continue with the required procedures as follows:
AUTO-TECH Selected
AEC Selected
MANUAL Selected

Go to Select Region of Interest


Go to Select Density
Go to verify/Select Tube and Bucky
Page 6 Section C

SYSTEM OPERATION
Select Region of Interest
When Auto-Tech is selected, x-ray techniques and exposure factors are automatically set
according to your specific program. The Auto-Tech Menu (example shown in figure 3-2, below)
will be displayed on the LCD.
1.

Select the appropriate region of interest by pressing UP or Down sector key associated
with the desired region.

Figure 3-2 Auto Tech Menu

Select an Anatomical View


After the region of interest is selected, a selection of available anatomical views will be
displayed.
1. Select the appropriate anatomical view by pressing the UP or DOWN sector key
associated with the desired view (see figure 3-3). Anatomical names and/or designations
can be modified, added or deleted from the program as described in Section G,
Programming.

Figure 3-3 Anatomical View Selection Menu


Page 7 Section C

SYSTEM OPERATION
Verify/Select Measurement
Selected SID is indicated by arrow as shown in Figure 3-4.
1.
2.

If necessary, use the UP/DOWN sector keys on the LCD to increase or decrease
the displayed cm. Initially, the CM value is set to 0.
If AEC mode is available continue with Enter/Verify CM.

Figure 3-4 AEC Mode

Verify/Select AEC Density/Field


When AEC is enabled, the AEC mode indicator is illuminated. A segment of the LCD displays
the currently selected AEC field and film density setting (example shown in Figure 3-6).
Available density settings (DNS value) are from +5 to -5. The 0 (zero) setting is depicted as N
(normal), which is the initial setting.

Density
1.

To increase or decrease density, press the UP or DOWN sector keys in the DNS field,
respectively. Each density step increases or decreases mAs by approximately 15%,
which, in turn, increases or decreases density, respectively.

AEC Field
A configuration of three boxes depicted on the LCD displays currently selected fields. A shaded
or hollow box indicates whether a field is used or unused, respectively.
NOTE: Ensure that the appropriate BUCKY mode is enabled prior to AEC FIELD selection.

1.

To select an AEC field, press one of the AEC Field keys until the desired configuration is
displayed on the LCD. There are seven possibilities.
Page 8 Section C

SYSTEM OPERATION

HCMI

AEC Field Continued


Figure 3-5 Auto Tech Menu
(AEC On, AEC Field Select)

Figure 3-6 AEC Mode


Enabled, Field Selection
Settings

Verify/Select Bucky
1.

In each operating mode, verify that the appropriate Bucky technique is selected (indicator
illuminated).

2.

If necessary, press the appropriate key: Wall Bucky, Table Bucky, or Non Bucky.

3.

Continue with Verify/Select Exposure Factors.

Verify/Select Exposure Factors


In auto-Tech mode, exposure factors (mA, kVp and mAs) are programmed. However, you can
modify any displayed factor or enter your own for manual or AEC modes. Once you have
verified that all x-ray techniques and exposure factors are correct, you can prepare to take an xray exposure.
Displayed exposure factor values (see example displays below) can be increased or decreased by
pressing the UP or DOWN arrow keys associated with the factor. When techniques are
modified from the original settings, UP/DOWN arrows are displayed next to the modified
technique to indicate that its corresponding factor was increased or decreased. For example, as
shown in Figure 3-8, mA was increased, kVp was decreased and mAs were decreased.
Note: Values displayed are not necessarily correct techniques; they are used only as an example.
Page 9 Section C

SYSTEM OPERATION
Verify/Select Exposure Factors continued

Figure 3-7 Initial Auto-Tech Menu, Manual CM Entry

Figure 3-8 Auto-Tech Menu with Modified Techniques

Preparing To Take an X-Ray Exposure


After exposure factors have been verified as above, ensure that all other x-ray exposure
precautions are met. If you have not already done so, position the patient accordingly and ensure
that the patient is comfortable. Refer to Image Quality (page 3-13) for additional suggestions.

Taking Exposures
For Instantaneous Exposures:
1.
Press and hold PREP until the PREP lamp is lit steady.
2.

Press and hold EXPOSE until the exposure is complete (system will emit an audible
tone). Note: If you remove your finger from exposure key before the exposure is
complete, the HYFOB Error will be displayed.

Page 10 Section C

SYSTEM OPERATION
Typical Operators Display Prior To Exposure

Auto Tech Mode


Figure 3-9

Auto Tech, AEC Mode


Figure 3-10

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SYSTEM OPERATION
Typical Operators Display Prior To Exposure continued

Manual Mode
Figure 3-11

AEC Manual Mode


Figure 3-12

Page 12 Section C

SYSTEM OPERATION
Fault Reset
When AEC mode is enabled, exposure time/termination is controlled via ionization chamber
sensing circuits. In addition, a back-up time is pre-programmed into the system to help prevent
excessive patient dose in the event of an AEC system malfunction. If the AEC exceeds the backup time, exposure will be terminated and a fault/reset message will be displayed on the OCP
display (example shown in figure 3-13). Press RESET to clear the fault. If the fault persists, the
system may be used in manual mode until the fault can be isolated or corrected.

Figure 3-13 AEC Fault/Reset Display

Figure 3-14
Exposure Fault Error Message.
Press Reset to Clear
If Error Message Continues
Call For Service

Page 13 Section C

SYSTEM OPERATION
Image Quality
You should always keep in mind the following basic parameters to achieve the best results in
diagnostic film quality:

Make sure that your system is operating properly by scheduling routine quality
assurance and maintenance as required.

Motion artifacts can be reduced by making the patient as comfortable as possible.


Always treat the patient with utmost care.

Patient positioning is achieved by making sure the area of interest is on the film.

Decreasing kVp value increases contrast.

Increasing mAs value darkens the image.

Page 14 Section C

SYSTEM DIAGNOSTICS

SECTION D
SYSTEM
DIAGNOSTICS

SYSTEM DIAGNOSTICS
Overview
This section is for system users or technicians to assist in locating and correcting minor system
faults, should they occur. The majority of these faults can be corrected without a service
technician. System faults that require the attention of a service representative are referenced in
Section H, Planned Maintenance.

Error Messages and Descriptions


When the unit will not expose, an audible alert will sound twice and one or more error codes
will appear on the display.
Refer to the following descriptions for assistance in interpreting the fault code displayed on the
Operator Control Panel:
BUCKY?

A bucky has been selected but it did not return the ready signal to start
exposure or AEC is selected and no bucky has been selected.
______________________________________________________________________________
DOOR?
The door interlock circuit is not closed.
______________________________________________________________________________
FAULT?
Indicates that there is a problem with the AEC.
______________________________________________________________________________
FIELD?
Control tried to take an exposure with AEC mode enabled but an AEC
field was not selected.
______________________________________________________________________________
FILAM?
Indicates there is a problem with the filament or filament control circuit.
______________________________________________________________________________
KVP?
Indicates a problem with the anode circuit or high voltage transformer.
______________________________________________________________________________
KVP-C?
Indicates a problem with the cathode circuit or high voltage transformer.
______________________________________________________________________________
FAULT
Indicates error during exposure.
RESET
Requires manual reset to resume operations.
______________________________________________________________________________
HYFOB
Hold your finger on button. Removed finger on expose switch too soon.
Short exposure.
______________________________________________________________________________
STACK
Microprocessor de-railed and locked out. Turn power off and reset after
ERROR
one (1) minute. This problem will return, contact factory.

Page 2 Section D

SYSTEM DIAGNOSTICS
Error Messages and Descriptions continued
NO MA?

Control tried to take an exposure, but there was no tube current during
exposure time.
____________________________________________________________________________
TUBE?
Oil pressure switch in x-ray tube open, check temperature
_____________________________________________________________________________
ROTOR?
Tube rotor is not getting correct current to start. Check rotor circuit.
_____________________________________________________________________________
BATERY?
If the Ready light is off, the batteries are not charged and a BATERY?
error is displayed when the PREP key is pressed; leave unit on to restore
voltage. (LOW BATTERY VOLTAGE)
_____________________________________________________________________________
OVERLOAD
Indicates that you have exceeded the maximum tube load rating. Reduce
technique factors.
______________________________________________________________________________
NO BUSS
Indicates fault in power buss voltage. Measure voltage at IGBT Driver
HF 300/600
boards 370-385 VDC, check fuses.
ONLY
______________________________________________________________________________
WARNING
Calibration data incorrect. Re-set to default values.
BAD Kv
KV calibration required, DO NOT USE GENERATOR.
______________________________________________________________________________
BACKUP?
AEC mode only, exposure stopped by backup timer, requires manual
reset.
______________________________________________________________________________
CODE BOARD
A-911 PC board problem, check connections.
ERROR

Page 3 Section D

SYSTEM DIAGNOSTICS
Possible Faults
Main Circuit Breaker
System circuit breaker on and OCP is dark

Is the power line plugged into the receptacle or connected to the main circuit breaker?

Is there power at the receptacle or the main circuit breaker?

Is the remote ON/OFF switch on the OCP in the ON position?

Auto Shut Off feature activated. If system was left unattended for sixty (60) minutes or
more, the Automatic Shut Off feature was activated. You can reset the system by setting
either main or remote ON/OFF switch to OFF, then back to ON position. Refer to
Section C, System Operation, for additional information.

If any of the system checks outlined above do not solve the problem, refer to Section 8,
Planned Maintenance and Troubleshooting.

No Exposure

Are any error messages displayed?

In areas where power is known to be erratic, or if a brownout or power reduction has


taken place, it is necessary to check your input power.

Image Quality

Motion artifacts? Relax the patient. Make the patient as comfortable as possible. Check
once again for proper positioning.

Is there not enough contrast? Decrease kVp. Check the dark room, film expiration date,
chemicals and developer temperature.

Correct film type (blue or green) sensitive, must match cassette screen type.

Page 4 Section D

INSTALLATION

SECTION E
INSTALLATION

INSTALLATION
Installation Instruction Advisory
In order to facilitate a timely installation and ensure compliance, it is recommended that the
installer review this manual in its entirety and then starting from the beginning, follow ALL
procedures in each section.

WARNING: Failure to follow the procedures in this manual may result in


electrical or mechanical safety hazards and failure to meet governmental
requirements.

CAUTION Hazardous voltage contact will cause electric shock or burn.


Disconnect all electrical power, including remote disconnects, before
servicing.

Overview
This section provides procedures for installing the HF Series generator, from pre-installation
guidelines to the final system inspection prior to operation. These procedures should be
reviewed carefully before beginning the actual installation.
WARNING: Installation procedures should be performed by trained, qualified personnel
only!

Pre-Installation Guidelines (Also see HCMI, Inc. Pre-Installation A-E for more
detail).
While site planning is the customers responsibility, the following are recommended guidelines:
Verify Space/Location of Equipment
In radiology site preparation, it is essential to verify that the location and space allocated for the
equipment is sufficient. Please refer to Figure 5-1 for the HF Generator dimensions; this
diagram specifically references the access panels and cable openings to assist you in this effort.
The room plan should show the following for the equipment:

Page 2 Section E

INSTALLATION
Pre-Installation Guidelines continued

All working and parked positions


Overall dimensions
Total equipment weights and power outputs
Structural mounting and attachment methods

Electrical Requirements
In addition to providing for the physical requirements of the equipment, it is also vital to prepare
for the power requirements. Please refer to Section B, General Information, Figure 2-0, for
power requirements and model dependent power specifications. This information is used to
prepare the system wiring and cabling.

Installation Procedures
The installation may be divided into the following tasks:

Installing/connecting the equipment (See Figure 5-2d).

Powering the system

Calibrating the system

Verifying programmed techniques

Inspecting the system

Unpacking/Installing/Connecting the Equipment


Generator Cabinet
The HF Series generators are shipped in two crates. The large crate contains the x-ray generator
cabinet; the small crate contains two high voltage tanks and the Operator Control Panel (OCP).
Open the crate or carton marked Packing List Enclosed first. Remove the packing list and use
as a guide to opening the remaining cartons. Do not dispose of the packing material until the
packing list is matched with the actual parts received. Should there be a shortage or damage,
notify the manufacturer immediately.

Page 3 Section E

INSTALLATION
Unpacking/Installing/Connecting the Equipment continued
Note: The manufacturer is relieved of any responsibility for damage during shipment after
the unit is picked up by the carrier. Examine all cartons and crates carefully at the time of
delivery. If damage is apparent, have the delivery driver write a DAMAGED
SHIPMENT NOTE on copies of the freight bill, sign it, and file the appropriated carrier
claim. Should you discover concealed damage, immediately notify the transporting agent
and ask for an INSPECTION of DAMAGE. The carrier will not accept a concealed
damage claim if filed after 15 days from date of receipt of merchandise.
1.
2.

Stand the unit up and place it as close to the final location as possible.
Remove the covers from the cabinet as necessary, to gain access to the top equipment
shelf.
Note: When installing SE units only, the connectors at A288-A-J1 and A288-C-J1
must be connected to their respective locations on the Source Charger Boards.
Locate the OCP and place on the side.
If there are any loose wires resting on the top shelf, drape them across the side of cabinet.

3.
4.

WARNING: When unpacking and installing the high voltage tanks, DO NOT
turn them on their side. KEEP TANKS UPRIGHT AT ALL TIMES!

Page 4 Section E

INSTALLATION
Unpacking/Installing/Connecting the Equipment

continued

WARNING: DO NOT ATTACH BRACKETS, MOUNT EQUIPMENT OR


DRILL HOLES IN THE POWER CABINET PANELS OR FRAME,
DOING SO WILL VOID THE WARRANTY AND COMPLIANCE TO UL
2601-1-2

TOP VIEW

HIGH TENSION
CABLE OPENING

24in

17in

(60.1cm)

(43.2cm)

24in
(60.1cm)

CABLE CLAMPS
FOR ALL INTERCONNECTING
CABLES FROM
GENERATOR

56in

56in

(142.2cm)

(142.2cm)

3in

(7.6cm)

COMPLIANCE
LABEL
22in
(56.5cm)
12in
(30.1cm)

220 VOLT POWER CABLE


FRONT VIEW

RIGHT SIDE

Figure 5-1 Generator Dimensions

Page 5 Section E

REAR VIEW

INSTALLATION
High Voltage Tanks (Check oil level before installing, see Figure 5-1a below).

Figure 5-1a Check Oil Level

Place H.V. tanks on the top equipment shelf, inside the clamps. When facing the front of the
unit, anode tank should be on right side, cathode tank on left side.
1.

Locate ground wires for each tank (yellow/green, yellow/green and purple for anode;
yellow/green and yellow/green for cathode) and securely fasten to ground lug (GND) on
tank with 8/32 kep nut (see figure 5-2, page 7 Sec E).

Page 6 Section E

INSTALLATION
High Voltage Tanks continued

Figure 5-2 High Voltage Tank Connections

Page 7 Section E

INSTALLATION
High Voltage (High Tension) Cables
It is important that these instructions be followed for the proper installation of the high voltage
cable plug into the tube and high voltage tank receptacles. Please use proper handling to ensure
cable terminations and receptacles are clean and free of moisture. Connect high voltage cables
(anode and cathode) as follows in figure 5-2a.

Figure 5-2a Connect High Voltage Cables


1.

2.
3.

4.

Assemble onto the high voltage cable end of cable retaining nut, grounding washer and
strain relief if these parts are not already assembled to cable, (see figure 5-2a above).
Make certain the 10-32 X 1/4" locking screw is turned out so as not to interfere with
engagement.
High voltage cable plugs must be installed in the tube housing receptacle and the
transformer receptacle respecting proper anode and cathode polarity.
The cable terminal plugs and tube and transformer receptacles must be clean, dry and free
of any previously-used insulating compound. Be sure compression gaskets are in place
on the cable plug. To insure proper locking and grounding of the cable sheath do not
omit the compression gasket on the terminal plug as it is necessary for proper contact
between cable nut and flare.
Insert the termination plug into the receptacle socket (watch the nipple on the plug to
ensure correct positioning of the contact pins). Coat the entire surface of the cable
terminal insulator with insulating compound (supplied with cables) using clean, dry
plastic spoon or wooden stick,. Do not use fingers. Fully cover the entire surface with a
heavy coat (approximately 1/16 to 1/8 ). Build a pyramid at the tip of the plug with the
height of the compound even with the contact ends.

Page 8 Section E

INSTALLATION
High Voltage (High Tension) Cables continued
5.

With terminal key in alignment with receptacle key-way, insert the cable terminal plug
into its socket until all excess compound has oozed out. Make sure the contact pins are
engaged in the holes in the socket insulator and wipe off any excess compound.

6.

Tighten the cable nut while holding the cable firmly in place. Re-tighten after calibration
as some loosening may take place after the housing has been heated and cooled. With
cable nut properly tightened, secure with 10-32 X 1/4" locking screw.

Figure 5-2 b High Tension Cable Installation

7.

Place cover plates around the high voltage cables on the outside of the cabinet in order to
close off large openings as shown in Figure 5-2c, page10, Sec E.

Page 9 Section E

INSTALLATION
High Voltage (High Tension) Cables continued

Figure 5-2c Cabinet Top Cable Assembly

Page 10 Section E

INSTALLATION
Operator Control Panel
Step 1

Remove the Operator Control Panel from its shipping box and mount in the
location of your choice. The OCP includes a 20 foot interconnect cable,
consisting of two ribbon cables and one power cable. If additional length is
required, you may order this cable per foot, CP-C, for this cable configuration.

Step 2

If the OCP is used with the optional pedestal (PDL) (shown Pre-Installation, pg
D) or optional wall mount (HF-WM shown on page 12 Sec E), assemble and
mount the OCP.

Step 3

Connect OCP interconnect cables to power cabinet through cable entrance hole
separate from all power cables (rotor, collimator, locks, etc.). Do not wire tie low
voltage ribbon cables to high voltage or rotor cables.
Attach one cable to A-272-J3 (microprocessor board) marked 272-J3 connect
ground shield to ground. (Chassis).
Attach one cable to A-198-J2 (LCD driver board) marked 198-J2 connect ground
shield to ground. (Chassis).

Step 4

Connect gray power cable (remote ON/OFF control) to TB1, connections 1 and 2
on the POWER SHUT OFF board (A-202).

Page 11 Section E

INSTALLATION
Operator Control Panel continued

Operator Control Panel

Procedure for Assembly


Bucky/Collimator Interconnections
In general, bucky, table and tube housing assemblies are interconnected to the HF Series
generator via the Interconnect Panel (A-Din Rail). Table 5-1 provides cable color codes and
terminal connection data. Install the bucky according to the instructions provided with the
bucky. Figure 5-4 is interconnection diagrams for bucky and collimator wiring.
If a reciprocating bucky is installed in the table (Bucky 1), the jumper connection on interface
board A Din Rail at COM 1 and CONT, must be removed. If a reciprocating bucky is installed
in the wall (Bucky 2), the jumper connection on interface board A Din Rail at COM 2 and
CONT must be removed. Please note that all system interconnections must be secured with the
strain relief clamp.

Page 12 Section E

INSTALLATION
Powering the System
Power Connections
1.

HF-300/600 Generators require a line disconnect box (or according to local code) before
the x-ray generator. This switch should be within reach of the operator. A separate earth
ground, #6 AWG insulated wire, (green with yellow stripe) must be installed. The
ground wire must be the ONLY wire connected to the ground terminal. See Fig 5-2d
for power connections L1 & L2 and ground.
HF-3SE can be plugged into a standard switched 120 VAC grounded outlet. The outlet
receptacle should be within reach of the Operators Control Panel (OCP). The HF-3SE
unit is factory wired and tested at 120 VAC. Voltage ranges from 105-130 VAC, 50/60
HZ. Must be connected only. (See NOTE A, System Schematics).
HF-3SEE units are 200 to 250 VAC, 50/60 HZ. (See NOTE A, System Schematics).

Figure 5-2d Supply Conductor Connections

Page 13 Section E

INSTALLATION
Verify Input Power Procedures
1.

2.

3.

Using a calibrated DVM, measure the input line voltage. HF-3SE version can operate
between 105 and 130 VAC; HF-3SEE version scan operate between 200 and 250 VAC.
(Refer to Section B, Electrical Requirements, Figure 2-0).
Adjust transformer to match the input line voltage as closely as possible. On non-SE
models, the correct line location will yield 235 to 245 VAC measured between the 0
terminal and the 240V terminal.
For non-SE models, it is necessary to insure that the line resistance meets requirements as
stated in Section B, General Information, Figure 2-0 page 6. To measure line resistance,
follow the next five steps.
1.
Connect an Ohm/Stat to the incoming line and an AC voltmeter to terminals
marked meter.
2.
Measure the input voltage and record the Eo number (no load voltage).
3.
Press the switch and record the Eb number (load voltage).
4.
Calculate the Line Resistance using the following formula:
RL =Rd (Eo-Eb)
Example 2.75 (220-218) = 5.5 = 0.025
Eb
218
218

5.

RL = Line resistance
Eo = No Load Voltage
Eb = Load Voltage
Rd = Load Resistance (See Ohm/Stat for Rd value)
Refer to Table 2-0 for the maximum acceptable line resistance; if line resistance
exceeds the specification, contact factory.

Calibrating the System


After installation, the system must undergo a series of electrical checks. These are required to
validate system compliance. Refer to Section F, Calibration, and proceed to calibrate the HF
generator.

Verifying Programmed Techniques


After the calibration procedures have been completed, check the factory programmed techniques
for individual preference. Reference Section G, Programming/Utilities for procedures to edit
existing techniques or write new ones if and as needed.

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INSTALLATION
Inspecting the System
Please follow each step to ensure completeness of inspection.
1.

Replace all cabinet covers; ensure that the cover plates are placed around the high tension
cables on the outside of the generator cabinet.

2.

Make sure cabinet is securely positioned. See Pre-Installation /Figure 1 Generator


Cabinet, pg. B.

3.

Check all controls and indicators to verify operation.

4.

Complete the required paperwork:


a.
b.
c.

Assemblers Report, Federal Form FD-2579


Installation Quality Assurance Checklist
Installation Report

Once the system has passed all steps for this final inspection, the installation can be called
complete and the system is now ready for operation.

Page 15 Section E

INSTALLATION
Cable Color Codes and Terminal Connection
Table 5-1
Cable Description
Rotor

Gauge
16

Wire Color
Black

Connection
A Din Rail/6

Rotor

16

Green

A Din Rail/7

Rotor

16

White

A Din Rail/8

Rotor

16

Yellow T5

Rotor

16

Blue T6

A- 267 Interface BD
TB1 - 3
A-267 interface BD
TB1 - 4

Page 16 Section E

INSTALLATION

Figure 5-3 Remote Switch Connection Diagram, (OCP PC Board)

Page 17 Section E

INSTALLATION

Figure 5-4 Bucky Interconnection Diagram

Page 18 Section E

INSTALLATION
Line Tap Panel Used in the HF3 SE

HF3-SE COMPENSATION DIAGRAM

Figure 5-9 Line Tap Panel HF3 SE

Page 19 Section E

INSTALLATION
Line Tap Panel Used in the HF3 SEE

Figure 5-10 Line Tap Panel HF3 SEE

Page 20 Section E

INSTALLATION
Din Rail Layout - Non SE Models

Figure 5-11 Din Rail Layout

Page 21 Section E

INSTALLATION
Din Rail Layout - SE Models

Figure 5-12 Din Rail Layout

Page 22 Section E

CALIBRATION

SECTION F
CALIBRATION

CALIBRATION
Introduction
The HF generator you have purchased has been factory configured and calibrated. It is
necessary, for you to perform the following electrical checks to validate the system compliance,
unless otherwise instructed. For additional information, the NEMA Standards Publication /No.
XR8-1979, Test Methods for Diagnostic X-ray Machines for Use During Initial Installation is
recommended.
NOTE: Please refer to Figure 8-7 for circuit board locations.

Reference Voltage Calibration


1.

Connect a DMV across TP1 of the microprocessor and ground. While monitoring the
DVM, adjust R17 to -10.20 + 0.01 V.

Liquid Crystal Display


1.

To adjust the intensity of the liquid crystal display (LCD), rotate R33 either clockwise or
counterclockwise on the microprocessor board.

Source Charger Calibration (A-288SES)


For SE Systems Only
Note: A fully charged system is required to set R5, R21 and R34 to proper settings.

CALIBRATION
HF-3SE/HF-3SEE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

7.

8.
9.

Connect the DVM to GND and A-288C-TP3. Adjust R5 to read between +210 and +212
VDC. D6 should be flashing.
Connect the DVM to GND and A-288C-TP4. Adjust R21 to read between -210 and -212
VDC. D9 should now be flashing.
Connect the DVM to GND and A-288A-TP3. Adjust R5 to read between +210 and +212
VDC. D6 should be flashing.
Connect the DVM to GND and A-288A- TP4. Adust R21 to read between -210 and -212
VDC. D9 should be flashing.
Turn the main circuit breaker off. Wait until D6 and D9 LEDs go off and disconnect A288C J3. Turn the main circuit breaker back on.
Connect the DVM to GND and A-288A- TP2. Adjust A-288A-R34 to read +4.8 volts.
Turn the main circuit breaker off. Wait until A-288A&C D6 and D9 LEDs go off,
replace A-288C J3. Turn the main circuit breaker back on. Measure TP2 on A-288C
board for 7.3 VDC, adjust R34 for correct setting.
Connect positive and negative leads of the DVM to A-288C TP3 and TP4. Verify that
the measured voltage is 422 + 2 VDC. Repeat DVM connections on A-288A and
measure same voltage.
Connect positive and negative leads of the DVM to A-188 TP-3 and TP-4. Verify that
the measured voltage is 422 2 VDC
If the actual voltage measured on the DVM is equal to or within 2 volts of the SES
voltage displayed on the OCP, press manual key to return to normal operating mode. If
not, adjust A-188-R34 until the voltage on the OCP is within 2 volts of the measured
voltage on the DVM.

Note: Steps 1 through 4


If D6 or D9 LEDs are on constant, further charging is required. Monitor
respective test point and adjust as necessary.
If either D6 or D9 will not illuminate regardless of voltage, verify +15 VDC and -15
VDC.

Page 3 Section F

CALIBRATION
Regulated Power Supply Calibration (A-184)
+/- 15 VDC Supply
1.

Connect a voltmeter between +15V TP and GND. Observed voltage should be + 15 +


0.2 VDC.

2.

If observed voltage is within specification, continue with step 3. If not, adjust the voltage
as follows:
a.
Observed voltage Low - Adjust R7 clockwise until voltage is within specification.
b.
Observed voltage High - Adjust R7 counter-clockwise until voltage is within
specification.
Connect a voltmeter between the -15V TP and GND. Observed voltage should be
between -14.4 and -15.6 VDC. (No adjustment provided).

3.

Filament Voltage Supply


1.
2.

Connect the voltmeter between TP1 and GND. Observed voltage should be: 50 VDC +
.02. For SE units, voltage should be 33 to 36 volts factory set)..
If observed voltage is within specification, regulated power supply calibration procedures
are complete. If not, adjust the voltage as follows:
a.
Observed voltage Low - Adjust R23 on the (A-184) board clockwise until the
proper voltage is reached.
b.
Observed voltage High - Wait a minute to discharge C8, then adjust R23 counterclockwise. Continue until voltage is lower than desired and turn R23 clockwise to
the proper voltage.

Page 4 Section F

CALIBRATION
KVP Control Board A-189

Warning: Do not adjust voltages on these boards during routine


installation electrical checks. Calibration is required only upon board or
High Voltage Tank replacement.

Warning: Set and stabilize -10.20 on microprocessor BD TP1.

ANODE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Locate the A-189A board and connect a voltmeter between TP1 and GND.
Adjust R2 for -0.80 + .005 VDC.
Connect a jumper between TP3 and GND. Remove voltmeter from TP1 and reconnect to
TP2.
Adjust R5 for -0.75 VDC + .005 at TP2.
Remove jumper and voltmeter.
CATHODE

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Before removing old cathode BD A-189C, record voltage on TP2 with TP3 grounded (ie:
.650 -.790 VDC).
Remove power (turn-off). Install new cathode BD A-189C.
Connect voltmeter to TP1 and GND adjust R2 for -0.80+ .005 VDC.
See 3 above.
Set R5 to recorded voltage.

Page 5 Section F

CALIBRATION
Filament Control Regulator Board (A-263/A-190SE)
1.

No adjustments are to be made on this board. This has been done at the factory. If any
service to this board is required, notify HCMI, Inc.

WARNING: The following calibration procedures involve taking X-ray


exposures. All personnel should be behind the protective barriers. X-rays
can be dangerous unless proper precautions and procedures are adhered to.
CAUTION: Before calibrating unit, perform seasoning procedures
recommended by tube manufacturer or the seasoning procedures described in
Section C, System Operation.

KV Calibration
Anode and Cathode H.V. Tank Balance Test
To calibrate kVp, a dynalyzer kVp meter (or equivalent kVp bleeder tank) is required. Please
follow the next procedures:

1.

If you have not already connected a kVp bleeder tank to the system, it should be
connected in series between tube and H.V. tanks.
a. Switch kVp bleeder tank to anode and take an exposure at 100 kVp, 200L mA, 20
mAs (100L mA, 10 mAs for HF-3 SE units). The kVp meter will read near 50
kVp. From the OCP, adjust kVp and repeat exposure until the kVp meter reads
50 kVp.
b. Switch kVp bleeder tank to cathode and take an exposure without changing the
OCP settings. If the kVp meter does not read 50 + /-1 kVp, adjust R5 cathode kV
board and repeat exposure until the kVp meter reads 50 + /-1 kVp.

Warning: To avoid injury to personnel, ensure that system power is removed


prior to making and removing any electrical connections.

Page 6 Section F

CALIBRATION
KV Calibration continued
2.

Access kV CALIBRATION mode as follows:


Note: If power to the system has been off, set main power switch to ON.
a. To access the Utility/Maintenance Menu (Calibration Mode):

Figure 6-11 Utility/Maintenance Menu (Calibration Mode)


b. Press MANUAL key first to enter manual mode then press down arrows
simultaneously under exposure counter and seconds. (Figure 6-11)

CALIBRATION

HCMI

KV Calibration continued
c. Press CAL kVp.

Figure 6-12 The kVp Calibration Menu will be displayed

Figure 6-13 kV Calibration Menu


3.

Take an exposure and verify that the kVp meter display indicates a kVp value identical to
the value selected.

4.

If measured kVp is correct, continue with Step 6. If not, press KV MEAS up or down
buttons until the KV MEAS value corresponds with the actual kVp output displayed on
the kVp meter.

5.

Press NEXT. The LCD display will change to calibrate at the next kVp setting with the
same mA and time.

6.

Take another exposure and verify that the kVp meter display indicates a kVp value
identical to the value selected.

7.

If measured kVp is correct, continue with Step 9. If not, press KV MEAS up or down
buttons until the KV MEAS value corresponds with the actual kVp output displayed on
the kVp meter.
Page 8 Section F

CALIBRATION
KV Calibration continued
8.

Press NEXT. The microprocessor will calculate and display the slope and offset and
store these numbers in memory. The LCD will display the kVp/mA Calibration Select
Menu.

Figure 6-13a

9.

Verify kV Calibration settings. Take several exposures out of calibration mode (60-7090 kV etc).

Page 9 Section F

CALIBRATION
mA Calibration

Warning: The following calibration procedures involve taking X-ray


exposures. All personnel should be behind the protective barriers. X-rays
can be dangerous unless proper precautions and procedures are followed.
Caution: Excessive anode heat will effect mA Calibration accuracy.

1.

To measure mA, use either a dynalyzer or Philips PM 2618 mAs meter or equivalent.
a. If you are using a dynalyzer, it should be connected in series between the tube and
anode H.V. tank. The cathode tank should be directly connected to the X-ray
tube. The dynalyzer should be set for kVp trigger at 90%. In this set-up, kVp
will read of actual, but mA will be most accurate.
b. If an mAs meter is used, disconnect the mA lead (purple/white) from the mA
terminal on the anode H.V. tank. Connect the mAs meter in series between the
mA terminal and the mA lead (purple/white) on the anode H.V. tank. This
measurement may not be as accurate as when using the dynalyzer for times of 50
msec and below.
c. When calibration is complete, disconnect the mAs meter and reconnect the mA
lead (purple/white) to the anode H.V. tank mA terminal.

2.

Access mA calibration mode as follows: (See figure 6-11)

a. Press CAL MA directly from the kVp/mA Calibration Select Menu.

b. Or, if power to the system has been off, set main power switch to ON. To access
the Utility/Maintenance Menu, see Figure A, page 3 Sec. F.

Page 10 Section F

CALIBRATION
mA Calibration continued
Press CALIB to access the kVp/mA Calibration Select Menu.99

Press CAL mA. The LCD displays the mA Calibration Menu


Press mA station arrow key to select mA.

mA Station CAL-Select Press arrow UP or Down


Figure 6-14 mA Calibration Menu
Note: kVp and mA have been PRE-SET; the displayed values are model dependent.

3.

Take an exposure and verify that the mA meter display indicates an mA value (see
Specification Overview, Section B or page 11, Section F.) to the value displayed under
CALIB (25S as shown above in Figure 6-14).

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CALIBRATION
mA Calibration continued
4.

If measured mA is within specification (as indicated in Section 2, General Information),


continue with Step 5. If not, adjust the mA code up or down (by pressing the
corresponding buttons on the LCD) to increase or decrease the mA code reading.

Note: If the specified mA cannot be obtained using the available mA code range (0-255
mA), the resistance on Filament Resistor Board A186 must be increased (when 0 is
reached) or decreased (when 255 is reached) as required. This may occur, for example,
when the high tension cable length or the tube is changed. After changing resistance,
repeat Step 4.
5.

Repeat Steps 3 and 4 until the mAs meter reading and displayed mA value are within
specification. When the measured and displayed values are within specification, press
NEXT to calibrate at the next kVp steps.

6.

Repeat the calibration procedure (steps 3 thru 5) for each mA station and using each kVp
step. Each mA station requires calibration at each of the six (6) pre-set kVp/time steps.

Note: When NEXT is pressed at the end of each mA station setting, the LCD momentarily
displays a Saving mA Code message. During this time, the microprocessor is entering
the calibration data. Caution: DO NOT OVERHEAT X-RAY TUBE: ALL

SIX BREAK POINTS MUST BE ENTERED TO CALIBRATE mA.


7.

After completion of all mA stations, set main power switch to OFF and reconnect the
system.

Maximum Deviation kVp, Time, mA, mAs


1.

Set the dynalyzer for mA (90% trigger level on kVp).

2.

Refer to the data sheet in Section 8, Planned Maintenance and Troubleshooting, and take
exposures at the required settings.

3.

Run a print-out and record on the data sheet.

4.

Make sure that the following are within tolerance:


a. mA- + 10% or 5mA, whichever is greater.
b. kVp - + 5%
c. Timing - + 1% + 3 milliseconds. Time is measured at the 90% level of the peak kV.
d. mAs - + 12% for time greater than or equal to 100 milliseconds and current greater
than or equal to 50 mA; otherwise, accuracy is a product of time and mA accuracies.
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Linearity Test
1.

Take ten (10) exposures with the exposure factors from the appropriate data sheet in
Section H, Planned Maintenance. Ensure that the dynalyzer or radiation monitor is set
for mR, run a printout and record as Test # 1.

2.

Take ten (10 exposures with the exposure factors from the appropriate data sheet in
Section H. Ensure that the dynalyzer or radiation monitor is set for mR, run a printout
and record as Test #2.

3.

Using the data from Tests #1 and #2, refer to the Linearity Data Sheet (Section H) and
calculate the Average Exposure Ratio. It must be equal to or less than 0.1.

Reproducibility
1.

Take ten (10) exposures using the settings indicated on the data sheet in Section H,
Planned Maintenance. Ensure that the dynalyzer or radiation monitor is set for mR, run a
printout and record as Test # 3.

2.

After the tenth exposure, select coef. On dynalyzer, mR reading must be less that or equal
to 0.05. If a Dynalyzer III is not used, calculate the C.O.V. (Coefficient of variation)
according to NEMA Standards Publication XR8, part 2, page 11, par. D.

3.

Record on data sheet.

AEC Calibration (Sets Normal to 1.2 Optical Density Nominal)


Note: HCMI, Inc. factory adjust all AEC systems using a similar Ion Chamber. Do not adjust
the ION Chamber Gain Pot until the following test settings are verified.
The following procedures are for the purposes of using a table bucky. Make appropriate
adjustments and modifications if using a wall bucky.
Before proceeding, turn the system OFF and then ON to initialize the settings. Do not press
PREP or EXPOSE. Select the AEC mode.
1.

Position ionization sensor under beam at 40 inches from the focal spot.

2.

Press Auto-Tech Mode and select lumbar lateral view, wall or table bucky and
AEC Mode, (select center field on Ion Chamber).

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HCMI

AEC Calibration continued


3.

Set mA to 75S and 60 kVp. (Note: Back-up mAs is factory set at 540 mAs).

4.

Attach + voltmeter lead to A-194 TP2 and verify voltage reads 0 VDC, adjust R33 (kV
offset) if necessary.

5.

Attach + voltmeter lead to A-194 TP3 and common test point, press and release PREP
button on OCP and verify 1.16 VDC at 60 kVp is present, adjust R32 (kV ref. gain) if
necessary.

6.

Cover AEC fields of Ion chamber with plastic container of 15 cm (6") water.

7.

Set mA to 75S and 60 kVp. Take exposure. mAs reading should be 38 - 40. To
increase mAs, turn R56 clockwise. To decrease mAs, turn R56 counterclockwise.

8.

If proper mAs cannot be obtained @ 75S/60kVp by adjusting R56, turn R12


counterclockwise.

Figure 6-15 Field Locations

9.

Set mA to 150L and kVp to 80. Take exposure. Mas reading should be 7.7 - 8.0. To
increase mAs, turn R55 clockwise. To decrease mAs, turn R55 counterclockwise.

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HCMI

AEC Calibration continued


10.

If proper mAs cannot be obtained @ 150L/80kVp by adjusting R55, turn R12 clockwise.

11.

When proper mAs levels are set at these two (2) stations, check 150L @ 100 kVp. Mas
should read approximately 3.6. Check 150L @ 120 kVp, mAs should read approximately
2.0.

12.

To increase optical density of film at kVp setting 73 or below, turn R56 clockwise. To
increase optical density of film at kVp setting of 74 and above, turn R55 clockwise.

AEC Calibration, Expose Film and Measure Optical Density


The following procedure requires film processing and measuring optical density
with a densitometer.
1.

Test film processor for optimum film development.

Check developer temperature specifications.

Check developer quality and specific gravity.

Check film processor replenish rates.

2.

Test film for base fog (should be less than .19 OD).

3.

Test and verify film and cassette screens for correct match and speed (400 blue, 400
green, etc.).

4.

Test darkroom safe-light. Process film exposed only to safe-light and measure optical
density.

Place a plastic container with 8-10 (inches) of water in the x-ray beam, load a film cassette and
place in cassette tray. Measure optical density at 65 kVp and 105 kVp. * The two (2) films
should not vary in optical density by more that .1.
*The optical density of the first film is equal to the exposure mAs. Record the exposure mAs
after the exposure, displayed in the mAs screen window. Measure optical density and calculate
target mAs = (desired density divided by measured density) x elapsed mAs. Example: The
elapsed mAs is 20 mAs and the density is 1.0 OD. Desired is 1.20 target mAs = (1.20 1.0) x
20 = 24. The new mAs to achieve 1.20 OD will be 24 mAs.

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HCMI

AEC Calibration, Expose Film and Measure Optical Density continued


Two (2) Ion chambers installations should not vary by more than .12 OD wall to table.
Chamber gain adjustment: If a second chamber is used, it might be necessary to adjust the gain
of the second chamber to match the one adjusted and calibrated to 1.2 optical density. Adjust the
pre-amp pot marked chamber gain, take an exposure and measure optical density. Match within
.12 optical density.
Auto-tech AEC can be programmed for each view, in addition to bucky selection wall or table,
see Programming Utilities, Section G.

AEC Linearity Test


1.

Take ten (10) exposures in the AEC mode using the exposure factors from the data sheet
for Test 1. Be sure that the dynalyzer or radiation monitor is set for mR. Run a printout
and record as Test 1.

2.

Take ten (10) exposures in the AEC mode using the settings for Test 2. Be sure that the
dynalyzer or radiation monitor is set for mR. Run a printout and record as Test 2.

3.

Using data from Tests 1 and 2, calculate the average exposure ratio. Results must be
equal to or less than 0.1.

AEC Reproducibility

Take ten (10) exposures using the settings for Test 3 on the data sheet.

After the tenth exposure, select coef. on the dynalyzer. The mR reading must be less than
or equal to 0.05. If a Dynalyzer III is not used, calculate the C.O.V. (Coefficient of
variation) according to NEMA Standards Publication No. XR8, part 2, page 11, par.D.

Record on the data sheet.

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CALIBRATION
Disabling Generator Exposure Audible Tone
In certain installations it may be desirable to disable the EXPOSURE tone that is generated at
the generator electronics cabinet (located near the patient). Note that the following procedure
will only disable the audible tone at the generator electronics cabinet. An audible tone will still
be heard at the Operator Control Panel (OCP). Please proceed as follows to preform this task.
1.

To disable the Exposure On audible tone within the generator cabinet (power unit),
cut either lead of resistor R54, which is mounted on microprocessor board A-172.

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PROGRAMMING UTILITIES

SECTION G
PROGRAMMING/UTILITIES

PROGRAMMING UTILITIES
Auto-Tech Technique Programming
The following procedures provides step-by-step instructions for editing an existing technique or
writing a new one and adding it to the Auto-Tech memory. Auto-Tech has the capability of
recalling up to 72 anatomical views by storing up to 9 techniques in each of the 8 anatomical
regions. Any of the existing x-ray techniques can be edited to suit the individual needs of your
practice.
For the purpose of this description, the LCD display is divided into 10 sectors as shown in Figure
7-1, below. Each sector is controlled by the corresponding sector key located above or below
that sector.

Auto-Tech Programming Procedures


1.
2.

Press AUTO-TECH to select Auto-Tech mode.


Select the region of interest (ROI) where the technique is (to be) stored by pressing the
corresponding sector key. For example, to edit the LUMBAR region in the main menu
(see Figure 7-1), press sector key 5.

Figure 7-1 Auto-Tech Region of Interest Menu

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PROGRAMMING UTILITIES
Auto-Tech Programming Procedures (Continued)
3.

Select the anatomical view for the particular region where the technique is located by
pressing the associated sector key. To add a new anatomical view, (if a blank sector is
available) press a blank sector key. For example, see Figure 7-2. To edit LATERAL,
press sector key 7. To add anew anatomical view to the blank sector, press sector key 5.

Figure 7-2 Anatomical View Selection Menu


4.

To edit program press arrow keys marked 6 and 8 simultaneously. The selected Region
of Interest (1) and Anatomical View (6) will be displayed (or blank for new view) in the
main program edit menu as shown in Figure 7-2. Sector keys function as follows:
a.
b.
c.

UP/DOWN arrow keys (3 and 8) allow selection of alphanumeric characters at


the designated (cursor) location.
Right and LEFT sector keys (4 and 9) allow for movement of the location
designated for edit (cursor).
NEXT and PREV keys (5 and 10) allows you to advance to the next menu (or
process) and return to previous menu/selection.

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PROGRAMMING UTILITIES
Auto-Tech Programming Procedures (Continued)

Figure 7-3 Main Program Edit Menu


5.

To edit the displayed anatomical view, use the RIGHT or LEFT sector keys to position
the cursor, then use the up/down arrow keys to select the desired alphanumeric character.
You can name a view with up to seven alphanumeric characters. Blank spaces, the first
selectable alphanumeric character before the letter A, are displayed as a blank in the
appropriate space. When name editing is complete, press NEXT to advance to the SID
and mA Selection Menu.

Figure 7-4 SID and mA Selection Edit Menu


Note: TUBE sector selection is disabled since these are single tube units.

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PROGRAMMING UTILITIES
Auto-Tech Programming Procedures (Continued)
6.

Select the displayed SID/AEC setting by pressing the appropriate up/down key on the
SID/AEC sector. You can also select an AEC-on feature (if optional AEC system is
present), that will automatically enable AEC mode for the selected anatomical view.
When ON is displayed under AEC, AEC mode will automatically be enabled for the
selected view. Possibilities are : 40 or 72-inches with AEC OFF and 40 or 72-inches
with AEC ON. Selected SID is indicated (in Auto-Tech mode) with a shaded arrow that
points to the respective SID as indicated on the right side of the OCP.

7.

Select an mA station to be used by pressing the appropriate up or down mA sector key to


increase or decrease mA. When SID and mA sectors display the desired values, press
NEXT to advance to the Bucky and CM Range Selection Menu (shown below).

Figure 7-5 Bucky and CM Range Selection Edit Menu


8.

Select BUCKY mode to be used by pressing the appropriate up/down key associated with
the BUCKY sector. Possibilities are: WALL, TABLE, NON-W(all) and NON-T(able).

9.

Select measurement parameters with the CM STRT and CM INCR sector as described
below. The CM STRT sector defines that start value (lowest possible selection) for the
selected anatomical view. Possible selections are 1 through 16. The CM INCR sector
defines the value by which the CM measurement will be incremented each time the CM
select key is pressed. There are ten available selections. For example, if CM STRT is 1
and CM INCR is 3 for a selected view, some CM selection possibilities would be 1, 4, 7,
10, etc. In general, you should establish a CM range for the selected view. The CM
range is the total thickness range of the desired anatomical region. If the CM range is 10
or less, use 1 as a CM increment. If the range is between 11 and 20, use 2 as a CM
increment. If the CM range is between 21 and 30, use 3 as a CM increment. If the range
is over 30, use 4 as a CM increment.
a. To increase or decrease CM STRT value, press the appropriate up/down sector key
until the desired value is displayed.

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PROGRAMMING UTILITIES
Auto-Tech Programming Procedures (Continued)
b. To increase or decrease CM INCR value, press the appropriate up/down sector key
until the desired value is displayed.
c. When BUCKY, CM STRT and CM INCR sectors display the desired values, press
NEXT to advance to the Exposure Factor Selection Edit Menu (example shown
below).

Figure 7-6 Exposure Factor Selection Edit Menu


10.

11.

You are now ready to select exposure factors for the selected view for each CM selection.
For each CM setting, select a base kVp and mAs value. These set values can be
manually modified for each individual exam, at random without returning to program edit
mode.
a. To increase or decrease displayed kVp setting, press the up/sown associated sector
keys.
b. To increase or decrease the displayed mAs setting, press the associated up/down
sector keys. When the desired exposure factors for the displayed CM setting are
displayed, press NEXT. Repeat step ll for each CM setting displayed.
Note: If the optional AEC system is selected for this anatomical view, the AEC stop
signal will terminate the x-ray. The programmed mAs setting will not be in effect (refer
to Configure Operating Parameters in Section 6, Calibration for setting the AEC back-up
time). The AEC may be turned off in this view by pressing the AEC key on the OCP.
c. After the tenth CM setting has been set and NEXT is pressed, the edited x-ray
techniques will be stored in memory. PLEASE WAIT will be displayed
momentarily on the fifth sector. After the technique has been stored, the program edit
menu will automatically advance to the next anatomical view. You can continue to
edit or exit program edit mode.
To edit additional x-ray techniques, repeat this entire process as necessary for each. To
exit program edit mode and return to normal operating mode, press MANUAL key.

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PROGRAMMING UTILITIES
Utility/Maintenance Operations
The utility/maintenance menu provides access to perform test routines, copy MASTER and EE
Prom program data and perform calibration and thickness measurement settings.
Note: If you need to connect a printer or remove or replace an Integrated Circuit (IC) chip,
perform that procedure before you access the utilities menu.

Accessing Utility/Maintenance Menu


From Program Edit: When the Main Program Edit Menu (Figure 7-3, page 4) is displayed
From Normal Operating Mode:
Exit Utility Menu:

Figure 7-7 Utility Maintenance Menu

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PROGRAMMING UTILITIES
Copy Master To EEProm
This procedure provides the information necessary to copy imaging technique data from ICs
located in the Master socket (U26) to ICs placed in the EEProm socket (U3) of the
microprocessor board (A-172/272). Any imaging technique data resident on the IC in the
EEProm socket will be erased and overwritten with the imaging technique data of the IC located
in the Master socket. All other data resident on the EEProm socket IC (including calibration
data) will remain unaffected. Proceed as follows:
1.

Turn power OFF and remove the cover panel to access the microprocessor board. Insert
master EEProm into Master socket (U26) on the microprocessor board (A-172/272).

2.

Turn power ON and access the Utility/Maintenance Menu as described on page 70.

3.

Press the Copy Master sector key,. The LCD panel will display ( Fig. 7-9).
a. To continue with copy procedure; press YES. Resident EEProm imaging technique
data will be erased and imaging technique data contained on the IC in the Master
socket will be copied onto the IC in the EEProm socket. Current copy status
(address locations) will be updated/displayed in the last LCD segment.
b. To abort the copy procedure, press NO. Any imaging technique data existing on the
IC in the EEProm socket will remain and Master IC imaging technique data will not
be copied.

Figure 7-9 Copy MASTER Verification Menu


4.

When the procedure is complete, turn power OFF, remove ICs as necessary and reinstall cover panel.

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PROGRAMMING UTILITIES
Copy EEProm to Master
This procedure provides the information necessary to copy data from ICs located in the
EEProm socket (U3) to ICs placed in the Master socket (U26) of the microprocessor board (A172/272). Any data resident on the IC in the Master socket will be erased and overwritten with
the entire data content of the IC in the EEProm socket. Proceed as follows:
1.

Turn power OFF and remove the cover panel to access the microprocessor board.

2.

Insert an EEProm into the Master socket (U26) on the microprocessor board (A172/272).

3.

Turn power ON and access the Utility/Maintenance Menu (as described in Section F,
Calibration, Figure 6-11, page 7).

4.

Press the Copy EEProm sector key. The LCD will display:

Figure 7-10 Copy EEProm Verification Menu

a. To continue with copy procedure, press YES. Resident EEProm technique and
calibration data will be copied to the Master Current copy status (address locations)
will be updated/displayed in the last LCD segment.
b. To abort the copy procedure, press NO. Any data existing on the Master will remain
and EEProm data will not be copied.

5.

When the procedure is complete, turn power OFF, remove ICs as necessary and reinstall cover panel.

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PROGRAMMING UTILITIES
Print
This program allows you to print all techniques stored in Auto-Tech memory. If a printer is
already connected to your system, continue with this step. If not, refer to Connecting a Printer in
Section E, Installation.
1.
2.

Press PRINT sector key. Printing will be displayed on the LCD while the printer
provides you with a hard copy of all techniques stored in memory.
When printing is complete, the Utility/maintenance Menu will be re-displayed.

Calibration
This program allows you to calibrate the D.C. reference measurement, the kVp accuracy and the
mA accuracy. For detailed procedures, refer to Section F, Calibration.

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PLANNED MAINTENANCE

SECTION H
PLANNED MAINTENANCE

PLANNED MAINTENANCE

HCMI

Introduction
This section is designed to assist the system user and service technician in maintaining the
smooth operation of the HF Series generator.

Maintenance and Service Guidelines


In order to keep the HCMI, Inc. HF Series operating properly, it must be inspected and calibrated
at regular intervals, depending on the age and use of the equipment. If a problem arises, call an
HCMI, Inc. service technician. Do not operate equipment until all repairs are completed.

Maintenance Procedures
Scheduled planned maintenance should be performed every twelve (12) months. This includes
cleaning, electrical and mechanical adjustments. So that the system remains in good working
order and is insured of operational reliability, this schedule should be maintained. It is
recommended that the service technician be prepared with the Service Kit, P/N M-230 for HF
Series generators. The standard tools and materials required for testing and calibration are as
follows:

Alignment tool, cassettes and film

Digital voltmeter Fluke Model 87 (or equivalent)

Dynalyzer III or equivalent

mAs meter Fluke PM 2618 (or equivalent)

Oscilloscope 50 mHz storage Tek 2210 (or equivalent)

Sensitometer X-Rite Model 303 (or equivalent)

Densitometer X-Rite Model 301 (or equivalent)


Please refer to Table 8-2, Maintenance Checklist, as a guide in performing the
required visual, mechanical and electrical inspection/adjustment procedures.

WARNING: Replace only with same type and rating of fuse to protect against
risk of fire.

CAUTION: Dispose of batteries (i.e., stored energy cells) in accordance with


all federal, state and local regulations.

Electrical Maintenance
Caution: This equipment contains electrostatic sensitive devices. Observe
proper grounding precautions before handling components or PCBs.
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PLANNED MAINTENANCE

HCMI

Electrical Maintenance continued


Use the Calibration Checklist, Table 8-1 and accompanying data sheets and verify that all
calibrations are within specified tolerances an stated in Section B, General Information; this is
required to demonstrate compliance. The Calibration Checklist corresponds to the procedure
sequence in Section F, Calibration. If necessary, calibrate according to the procedures in
Section F, Calibration.
Table 8-1
HCMI, Inc. HF Series Calibration Checklist
Serial Number_______________________________________________________________

Reference
Voltage____________________________________________________________
Source Charger Voltage (Se only) _______________________________________________
Filament Voltage Supply_______________________________________________________
Regulated Power Supply +/-15 VDC_____________________________________________
KVP Alignment_______________________________________________________________
Set-up_______________________________________________________________________
KVP Calibration______________________________________________________________
mA Calibration_______________________________________________________________
Maximum Deviation: kVp, time, mA, mAs________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
Linearity____________________________________________________________________
Reproducibility_______________________________________________________________
For Systems with AEC option:
AEC Calibration________________________________________________________
AEC Linearity__________________________________________________________
AEC Reproducibility_____________________________________________________

Calibrated By: __________________________________ Date: ___________________

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PLANNED MAINTENANCE
Series HF-300
Limits:
Maximum Deviation: kVp, Time, mA, mAs

mA: +/- 10% or 5mA


kVp: +/- 5%
Time: +/- 1% or 3 milliseconds

HF-300 Serial Number___________________


Tube Serial Number_______________________
Record mA (Time = 100 Milliseconds):
25S
50 kVp

150S

100L

150L

150S

100L

150L

70 kVp
90 kVp
110 kVp
Record kVp (Time = 100 Milliseconds):
25S
50 kVp
70 kVp
90 kVp
110 kVp
Test Unit at Following Settings:
kVp

mA

Time

mAs

1.

40

75S

500 ms

37.5

60

75L

10ms

0.75

80

150L

50ms

7.5

100

100L

3 sec.

300

1.
1.
1.
1.

Setting
Reading
Setting
Reading
Setting
Reading
Setting
Reading
Setting
Reading

120
-------

125L
--------

100ms
--------

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12.5
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PLANNED MAINTENANCE
Series HF-300 (Continued)
Settings for Linearity
NON AEC
Test 1
Test 2

AEC
Test 1

Test 2

KVp

80

80

50

50

MA

150L

200L

75S

150S

mAs

15

20

______

_______

Settings for Reproducibility


NON AEC

AEC

KVp

100

55

mA

150S

25S

Time

20msec

____________

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PLANNED MAINTENANCE
Series HF-600
Limits:
Maximum Deviation: kVp, Time, mA, mAs

mA: +/- 10% or 5 mA


kVp :+ /- 5%
Time: +/- 1% or 3 milliseconds

HF-600 Serial Number____________________


Tube Serial Number______________________
Record mA (time = 100 milliseconds):
25S
75S
50 kVp

200L

300L

400L

70 kVp
90 kVp
110 kVp

n/a

Record kVp (time = 100 milliseconds):


25S
75S
50 kVp

200L

300L

400L

70 kVp
90 kVp
110 kVp
Test Unit at Following Settings:
kVp
1. Setting
40
Reading
2. Setting
60
Reading
3. Setting
80
Reading
4. Setting
100
Reading
5. Setting
125
Reading --------

n/a

mA
500L

Time
250ms

mAs
125

600L

20ms

12

150S

50ms

7.5

75S

3 sec.

225

200L
--------

150ms
--------

30
-------

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PLANNED MAINTENANCE
Series HF-600 (Continued)
Settings for Linearity
NON AEC
Test 1
Test 2

AEC
Test 1

Test 2

KVp

80

80

50

50

MA

300L

400L

300L

200L

mAs

30

40

______

_______

Settings for Reproducibility


NON AEC

AEC

KVp

100

55

mA

150S

75S

Time

20msec

____________

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PLANNED MAINTENANCE
Series HF-3 SE/HF-3SEE
Limits:
Maximum Deviation: kVp, Time, mA, mAs

mA: +/- 10% or 5 mA


kVp: +/-5%
Time: +/- 1% or 3 milliseconds

HF-300 SE Serial Number_____________________


Tube Serial Number_________________________

Record mA (Time = 100 milliseconds):


75S
50 kVp

100L

200L

300L

100L

200L

300L

70 kVp
90 kVp
110 kVp
Record kVp (Time = 100 milliseconds):
75S
50 kVp
70 kVp
90 kVp
110 kVp
Test Unit at Following Settings:
kVp
1. Setting
40
Reading
2. Setting
60
Reading
3. Setting
80
Reading
4. Setting
100
Reading
5. Setting
120

mA
25S

Time
500ms

mAs
12.5

250L

10ms

2.5

300L

50ms

15

100L

3 sec.

300

250L

100ms

25

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PLANNED MAINTENANCE
Series HF-3 SE/HF-3SEE (Continued)
Settings for Linearity
NON AEC
Test 1
Test 2

AEC
Test 1

Test 2

KVp

80

80

50

50

MA

300L

250L

100L

200L

mAs

30

25

______

_______

Settings for Reproducibility


NON AEC

AEC

KVp

100

55

mA

300S

75S

Time

10msec

____________

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PLANNED MAINTENANCE
Linearity Test Average Exposure Ratio
HF Series Serial Number: ________________________________
Tube Serial Number: ______________________________
X1 - X2 < 0.1
X1 + X2
Test 1
Nominal Settings
kVp = 80
mA =_________
Time = 100 milliseconds
mAs =________

Test 2
Nominal Settings
kVp = 80
mA =________
Time = 100 milliseconds
mAs =________

Exp. MR
A1_______________
A2_______________
A3_______________
A4_______________
A5_______________
A6_______________
A7_______________
A8_______________
A9_______________
A10______________
Sum.___________________
Avg.___________________

Exp. MR
B1______________
B2______________
B3______________
B4______________
B5______________
B6______________
B7______________
B8______________
B9______________
B10_____________
Sum.__________________
Avg.___________________

X1 = Avg =______________
mAs

X2 = Avg =______________
mAs

X1 - X2 =_________
X1 + X2
Test 3
Reproducibility
Set exposure factors to: 100 kVp, ________ mA and 100 milliseconds.
C.O.V.___________ < 0.05
Calibrated by: ______________________________

Page 10 Section H

Date: _____________________

PLANNED MAINTENANCE
AEC Linearity Test Average Exposure Ratio
HF Series Serial Number: __________________________
Tube Serial Number: _________________________
Setting
kVp

HF-300/3 SE
80

HF-600
80

mA

Setting
kVp

HF-300/3 SE

HF-600

80

80

mA

Time (ms.)

100

100

Time (ms.)

100

100

mAs

15

30

mAs

20

40

Test 1
Nominal Settings
kVp = 50
mA =________
Density = N (normal)
Water (inches) 5 in field

Test 2
Nominal Settings
kVp = 50
mA =________
Density = N (normal)
Water (inches) 5 in field

Exp. MR
A1_______________
A2_______________
A3_______________
A4_______________
A5_______________
A6_______________
A7_______________
A8_______________
A9_______________
A10______________
Sum______________
Avg.______________
X1 =Avg___________

Exp. MR
B1_______________
B2_______________
B3_______________
B4_______________
B5_______________
B6_______________
B7_______________
B8_______________
B9_______________
B10______________
Sum______________
Avg.______________
X2 = Avg__________

X1 - X2 =_______
X1 + X2

X1 - X2 < 0.1
X1 + X2

Test 3
ACE Reproducibility
Set exposure factors to: 55 kVp, _______ mA +5 Density with 5 inches of water in the field.
C.O.V. _______ < 0.05
Calibrated By:______________________________ Date:_____________________

Page 11 Section H

PLANNED MAINTENANCE
Maintenance Checklist

Table 8-2

Serial Number:_________________________________
Operator Control Panel (OCP) buttons functioning properly? ___yes ____no
Operator Control Panel (OCP) LCD segments functioning properly? ___yes ___no
Operator Control Panel (OCP) LEDS functioning properly? ___yes ___no
Are safety interlocks in place and functioning? ___yes ___no
Remove cabinet covers. Check:

Mounting hardware

Support brackets

Wiring

Connectors

Repair, replace or secure as necessary


Are all cabinet covers in place and secure?
Visually inspect all external cables and wiring for use
Verify calibration checklist. Are all items complete? ____yes ____no
Perform diagnostic test utility routines. RECORD ERRORS
____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
Inspect recent films for image quality/artifacts. RECORD
____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
Operators
Comments:__________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
Checked by:___________________________

Date:_________________________

Page 12 Section H

SCHEMATICS

SECTION I
SCHEMATICS

SCHEMATICS
YELLOW

BLACK

T1

(TOROIDAL)

RED

R1

J1

43
1

R2
7.5

A2G1

A1G1

3
R8
7.5

.47uF/300V

450V

.47uF/300V

C2

450uF

43

R9
2K/5W

P2

IGBT

450uF

C4

IGBT

C3

+BUSS

C1

R7

A2E1

A1E1

TO HIGH

VOLTAGE TRANSFORMER
P1

450V

-BUSS

A1G2

A2G2

R4
7.5

A1E2

R6

A2E2

R3
43

7.5
R5
43

BLACK

T2

(TOROIDAL)

RED

YELLOW

POWER MODULE DRIVER PCB A-318


02/15/01

Revision

10-6

SCHEMATICS

J1

+24V
+24V

U2

10

Vcc

+12V

IN

OUT
7812

C6

C7

U3

+5V

GND

+5V

47/50V

470/25V

C5

+24VDC

+5VDC

Gnd

TP1

TP2
J2
M1

20K

4N25

R22

47/16V

R21

U4
5

C12

D13

D14

1N4005

1N4005

XRAY

11

TUBE2/1

14

BUCKY

READY

12

BUCKY

13

BUCKY

10

R50

15

R220

ON

ohm/2W

4.7/25V
6

D12
R46
1K

1N4005

R23

+24V

47

D11

V1
1N4005

OUT

TUBE

30V

D15

1N4005
18

4
U10

U3

2803

15

U3

4N25

J3

10

BUCKY

120

VAC

20K

R19

20K

20K

R18
1K

U3
2803

+24V

5
11

U3
2803

D23

12

1N4005

U3

17

D10

U3

2803

16

ohm/10W

1N4005

R37

R42

U3

+12V
V3
R39

Q6

MAC210

J4

330 1/2W

U8

MOC3061
3

11

C17

R43
330

220 VAC

VAC

ROTOR

2803

47
V2

50

(BOOST)

2803

470/25V

K2

R12

C10
14

1N4148

10/16V

G2R-14-24VDC

K3

BUCKY

R14

R41
4.7K

OMRON

10K

D8
C19

2K/2W

(RUN)

R13

47/16V

COM

+12V

COM

BUCKY

1N4148
C9

+5V

1N4005
R31

CONT

D9

2803

2K/2W
D19

0VAC

R45

+24V

M2

.1/400V

TUBE

DOOR

R38

+5V
47
V4

+12V

R4

V5

MAC210

330 1/2W

U9

5
C2

MOC3061
3

DOOR
.1/50V

1.5K

U7

PHASE
ROTOR

SHIFT

C16

.1/400V

47

1N4148

R36

Z2

+5V

TUBE

3.3K

.1/50V

1N751

R2

R34

CW

100

C1

1
2k

30MFD

R1

+5V

4N25

R32

R27

D17

1N751

R3

.1/600V

10
V6

Z1

C18

R44
330

COMMON

TB1

1.5K

R40

Q5

100

10K

U6
V7

R26

D18

Q4

2k

47

1N4148

4N25

R33

CW

MAIN

TP4

2N4124

C14
V8
1 ohm/5W

VAC

R29

R30

1 ohm/5W

1 ohm/5W

R35
10K

C15

R28

47/16V

10/16V

TP3
0

VAC

INTERFACE PCB A-267


6-1-02

Revision

10-7

SCHEMATICS
TP+15V
L1

DB1
*

5A

R6

Q1

Q2

MTP3055A

5.6K

MTP3055A

C2

C1

0.1

39000/16

R7

C3

R1
MB252

39000/16

C13

MBR1035

D1
D

F1

10/2W

R2

R3

R4

R5

33

330

33

330

1K

39000/16

R8
2.7K

J1

6
C4

R9

.01
R10

100K

2K

C5

R12

.001

10K

1N4005

D4

VREF

DT

U1

OUT

CT

TL494

VCC

IN

2K

13
12

GND

E2

C1

E1

J2

R14

11
C2

100

10
9

6
TP-15V

OUT

C11

GND

1N4005

R13

14

7915

D5

1N4005

15

U3

D6

CTL

RT

1N4005

IN1-

IN2-

COMP

R11

D3

IN2+

1M

16
IN1+

470/50

C12
47/25

2
3
TP1
50V

L2

D2

R30
D

DB2

C14

33K

100
S

0.1

10000/63

S
C8

R23

R17
10/2W

R18

R19

33

330

R20

R21

33

330

R31

5K

10000/63
MB252

R15

MTP3055A

C7

C6

10000/63

5A

R22

Q4

MTP3055A

D
Q3

MBR1035

10

25/15W

F2

R16

2K

100

R24
3.6K

9
D7

C15
TP

GND

+
22/50

THIS CAPACITOR IS REQUIRED IF CONTINUOUS OPERATION IS DESIRED

C9

R25

.01
R26

100K

1M

R27

20K

C10

R28

.01

2K

5
6
7
8

IN1+

IN2+

IN1-

IN2VREF

COMP
DT
CT

OUT

U2
TL494

16
15

R29

14

2K

13

CTL
VCC

RT

C2

GND

E2

C1

E1

12
11
10
9

REGULATED POWER SUPPLY PCB A-184


02/15/01

Revision 0

10-8

SCHEMATICS

5/15/03.

U15 Removed

**Note:
74LS00
2

J2

U11

VIEWING

D15
1

R/W

U13

R31

+5V

R10
4.7K

+
36

40

33

IRQ

U1

A0

A2

PROCESSOR
38

10

A3

MC6809CP

13

A6

14

A7

15

A8

16

A9

17

A10
A11
A12
A13
A14

Q
E

29
28

18
19

26

20

25

21

24

A5

A6

D0

30

27

A4

R/W

31

A7

10
11
13
14
15

D1

A8

D2

A9

D3

A10

16
17

23
22

A2

D3

A3

D4

A4

D5

A5

D6

A6
8

U13

8
7
6
5
4
3
2

A7

A8

23

A9

74LS04

22

A10

12

18

D5

D2

DE

20

19

D4

A1

23

21

U4

10
11
13
14
15
16
17

A0

A11
D0

A1

D1

A2

D2

A3

D3

A4

D4

A5

D5

A6

D6

A7

D7

A8
A9
A10

DE
20

11

RAM

5
4
3
2

13
14
15

16
17

23

D0

D5

D1

D6

D2

D7

D3

D7

12

EEPROM2

U5
FPI

28

D6
D7

12

31

A1
A0
R/W
E
IRQ

RESET

+5V

FPA3

FPA2

FPA4

FPA3

FPA5

8
40

C45

C44

C43

.01

.01

.01

FPA5

.1

13

CONTACTOR1

14

CONTACTOR2

25

15

SONALERT

37

16

PREP

38

17

LEDCLK

34

39

22

+5VDC

+15V

19

23

A12

A14

U24

DAC0830

19

17

.1

18

U21

U13

R21

D6

-10.2VREF

13

D7
12

11

U12

WE

A0

R22

XFER

COMP

38

16

XFER

A1

3.9K

U6

25

R/W

D7A1

CD

17

37

COMP

A0

PIA1

21

23

D6

3
4
5
6

+5V

EEPROM1

U8

A1
A2

O0

74LS138

O1

E1

O2

E2

O3

E3

O4

O7

O5

GND

O6

15
14
13
12
11
10
9

U25

DAC0830

TP1
(-10.2)

14

LM324N

10/50V

+5V

15

19

17

D5

D7

A14

C7

1N753A

16

14

16

D6

A13

A15

VCC

U20

D4

12

D5

13

D1

R15
4.7K

D3

D8

A0

D0

U18

R17
2K

6.8K

2K
4

D2

R16

R14
3

D7

14

18

D4
D3

20

13

11

10

12

D2

LM324N

U21

D1

D0

U18

RAMEN

U18

26

10

EEPROM2

U12

XDIN1

CLOCK

FREEZE

GND

XDOUT1

28

29

30

31

32

33

HFD7
HFD6

D3

D4

HFD5
HFD4

1N751

1N751

MC6821

13
14

25

15

37

16

38

17

34

39

18

INTERFACE

BD.

SEL

10M

11

U20

R48

R52

R47

10K

10K

ANG.

D2

ENABLE
R55

HFD1

D25

HFD0

R42
1N751

1K

2K

10K

HFD2

24VAC1

24VAC2

PREP

TUBE1
TRANSDUCER

5
10

+5V

1N751

26VDC

SONALERT

1
2
3
4

20

R36

R35

20K

20K

Q2

J1

TIP126

CONT.

R54

24VDC

10K R44

U20

GND

OUT

C1

B2
B3

C2

U10
ULN2803

B4

C3
C4

B5

C5

B6

C6

B7

C7

B8

C8

VSS

COM

D19

18
1N4005

17

OUT

C20

14
15
16
17

470/25V

HIGH

IN

16

CONT.
CNTL 2

15
14

AUTO

13

SHUTOFF

J8 pin 7

12

TOMO

11
10

AUTO SHUTOFF

GND

.1

2200/25V

+24VDC

U17
+15V

7815

C11

C10

7824

+5V

OUT

C3

470/25V

7805
GND

1
7

47/50V

8.5V
C2

47/50V

C9

.1

.1

C8

1000/50V

C1

.1

1N4005

12

D9

1N4005

FROM

A-299-J1-3

D10

1N4005

D11

1N4005

24VAC

GND

GND

IN

IN

OUT

D12

26VDC

U16

IN

OUT

C12

U22

+24VAC2
C40

DATA BUSS

19

8.5V
C25

7805

FREQUENCY

18

CONT.
CNTL 1

CHARGE

U31
+5V PRINTER

13

D22

2200/25V

6
+24VAC1

1N751

RELEASE

9
11
20

RS232

12

PREP

B1

ANAGND

3 +
1

PREP

10

+15V

-10.2VREF

1.5K
R45
3.9K

-15V

+5V

R46

EXPOSE

+5V

18
SPARE

CD

D21
1N4148

3.9K

HFD0
SEL

14
17

15K

CD

10
15

+5VDC

SEL

R51

R49

EXPOSE

ANALOG

HFD1

10K

R220

AECVREF

R50

19

BUCKYREADY

HFD4

HFD2

16

R50

HFD5

+5V PRINTER

13

MUX

19

HFD6

HFD3

12

EXPOSE
RELEASE

+5V

R43

J5
HFD7

J7
+15V

36
21

HFD3

12

CH/ENABLE

11

35

PRINTER

BUCKY2

3
1

DATA

SHUTOFF

1N751

TUBE2/1

7
6

1
4
2
5

ROTOR

BUCKY1

10

J9

ERLED

47

8
9
40

U11

D7A2

D23

TUBE

10

+15V

J6

PHASE/RHODIUM

14

TOMO

DOOR

U13

RNGATE1

RESET

13

20K

XRAYON

ERLED

FPIEN

+5V

U10 pin 13

39

LCDEN

+24VDC

CMMEAS1

XFER

PIA2EN

23

A1
A0

TRANSDUCER

U11

26

1
2

27

D7

PIA2

28

D6

SEL

24VAC2

27

19

TUBE1/2

D24

SEL

TUBE2

3
5

J10

24VAC1

ERLED

13 FREEZE

WE

PIA1EN

1N751

SEL

5
10

29

D5

U7

D/A2

30

D4

R/W

2
3

31

D3

PIA2EN

33
32

PREP

A0

C47

20 22 24

D1

1K

10

.0047

D0

R41

2K

6
2

TUBE1/2

R58

D2

R56

SHUTOFF

15

CONTACTOR2

.1

FREEZE

40

CONTACTOR1

C23

14

10 XDIN1

NOTE

SONALERT

+5V

XDIN2

U18

11

36
35

+15V

20

A4

A12

11

12

+15V
3

RNGATE2
XDOUT2

24

34

RESET

10K

D5

19

LM324N

10

12

10

22

20

11
3

15

10K

20

13

D/A1

D4

18

A15

14

15

D3

17

27

14

U21

16

D2

13

16

26

13

D1

12

15

A13

3 RNGATE1

TP2

MC6821

27C256

A11

D0
11

D7

21

D6

24

D5

25

A9

LM324N

D4

A8

12 +

D3

27K

D1

R18

D0

A10

11

R37

C19
D2

A7

PANEL

10

J8

12

10K

+5V

A6

FRONT

10K

TP3

R38

CHARGE

EPROM

A5

7
8

13

16

U9

74LS157N

U2

A4

5
6

6 XDOUT1

A3

XRAY

28

10

A1
A2

LEDCLK

R40

TUBE1/2

12

21

+5V

+5V

R39
100

TUBE1/2

A0

U13

13

XRAY

11
9

14
3

C24

10

36

FPA4

12

35

18

FPA3

FPA5

26

23

FPIEN

FPA1

FPA2

FPA4

27

RAMEN

EEPROM1

12

FPA0

PANEL

FPA1

32

29

D5
20
18

FRONT

FPA0

LCD

+5V

20 22 24

30

D4

19
18

33

10

J3

D3
D4

.1

22
19

U14

74LS15

D2

11

11
12

5
8

C22

D1

10

3
14

+5V

D0

10

U13

LCDEN

D6

22

A15

11

WE

28

6
13

1K
10

21

EEPROM
A0

D1

D1
D0

1N4148

JUMPER

U3

D0

D7

26

28

TO U7-19

A11

A3

22pf

32

A2

D2

.1
R34

33K

**

A1

34

12

A5

C5

35

11

A4

22pf

1N4148

.1

WE

R12

21

MASTER

A0

X1
3.58MHZ

ICL8211

U14

JUMPER

U26

RESET

C6

39

MICRO

A1

47

28

26

.1

WE
4

C27

37

.1
1N4148

D3

C29

D17

MC6821

R7
4.7K

C21

C17

100K

D4

2K

D16

1N4148

+5V

R11

U15

10K

LH5116-10

R8
4.7K

+5V

R13

X2816AP/X2864AP

4.7K

.1

X2816AP

R9

R53

RESET
C16

10K

D18

D5

R32

R33

-15V
1.5K

+5V

D6

+5V

WE

WE

11

U11

13

4.7K

A0
D7

D7

R/W

ADJUST

1N4148

12

+5V

C4

ANGLE

+15V
4

+15V
4

10
14

14

14

14

Vcc

Vcc

Vcc

Vcc

Vcc

Vcc

U20

U21

U11

U12

U13

U14

U18

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

11

11

Vcc

U32

+5V FRONT PANEL

OUT
1A

C42

7805

IN

C41

11

GND

.1

.1

KBPC602

74LS04N

-15V
LM324N

F1

14

LM324N

74LS00N

74LS00N

74LS04N

74LS15N

MICROPROCESSOR PCB A-272


6-28-02

Revision 0

10-9

SCHEMATICS

5/15/03.

U15 Removed

**Note:

74LS00
2

J2

U11

VIEWING

D15
1

R/W

U13

D7

U11

R31

+5V

R10
4.7K

+
36

40

33

IRQ

U1

A0

A2

PROCESSOR
38

10

A3

MC6809CP

13

A6

14

A7

15

A8

16

A9

17

A10
A11
A12
A13
A14

28

18

27

19

26

20

25

21

24

A6

A7

D1

29

A5

R/W

30

A4

D0

A3
Q
E

31

A2

22pf

32

A1

34

12

A5

C5

35

11

A4

22pf

A8

D2

A9

D3

A10

10
11
13
14
15

16

23

17

D2

A2

D3

A3

D4

A4

D5

A5

D6

A6

U13

8
7
6
5
4
3
2

A7

A8

23

A9

74LS04

22

A10

12

18

D5

A1

DE

20

19

A0

D1

23

9
10
11
13
14
15
16
17

11

21

U4
A0

A11
D0

A1

D1

A2

D2

A3

D3

A4

D4

A5

D5

A6

D6

A7

D7

A8
A9
A10

DE
20

11

RAM

5
4
3
2

13
14
15

16

23

17

D0

D5

D1

D6

D2

D7

D3

12

18

33

EEPROM2

U5

29

D5

FPI

28

D6
D7

12

A1
A0
R/W
E
IRQ

RESET

+5V

FPA1

FPA3

FPA2

FPA4

FPA3

FPA5

40

C45

C44

C43

.01

.01

.01

FPA5

.1

TUBE1/2

13

CONTACTOR1

21

14

CONTACTOR2

25

15

SONALERT

37

16

PREP

38

17

LEDCLK

34

39

22

VTEST

+15V

19

A12

D2

13

13

U21

16

14

15

.1

19

17

11

10

12

10

LM324N

18

U21

R21
10K

-10.2VREF

13

D7
12

11

U12

WE

A0

R22

XFER

A1

3.9K

XFER

U6

15

21

PIA1

10

D6

4
5
6

+5V

EEPROM1

U8

A1
A2

O0

74LS138

O1

E1

O2

E2

O3

E3

O4

O7

O5

GND

O6

1N753A

16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9

10/50V

+5V

U25

DAC0830

(-10.2)

14

19

17

D5

D7

A15

VCC

A0

15

LM324N
TP1

16

D6

14

D5

12

C7

U20

D4

D1

D8

D0

13

D3

R15
4.7K

A12

R17
2K

6.8K

2K
4

U18

D2

R16

R14
3

A13

D7

18

D4
D3

20

13

11

12

LM324N

2
-

3
10

D2

U21

D1

D0

U18

U18

39

2
5

9
8

28

29

30

31

32

3
2
19

HFD7
HFD6

D3

D4

HFD5
HFD4

1N751

1N751

HFD1
HFD0

10

U12

1
2
3
4

MC6821

37

16
17

38

39

34
18

19

RELEASE

INTERFACE

BD.

+5V

PRINTER

SEL

U20

R48

R52

R47

10K

10K

R42

2K

1K

24VAC1

1N751

24VAC2
PREP

8
9
5
10

R36

R35

20K

20K

Q2

J1

TIP126

CONT.

R54

24VDC

20

1.5K
R45

10K R44

U20

RS232

OUT

+5V

PRINTER

OUT

12

C20

13
14
15
16
17

470/25V

IN

B2
B3

C2

U10
ULN2803

B4

C3
C4

B5

C5

B6

C6

B7

C7

B8

C8

VSS

COM

D19

18
1N4005

17

DATA

16

CONT.
CNTL 2

15
14

AUTO

13

SHUTOFF
TP

12

IN

7805
GND

2200/25V

TOMO

11
10

AUTO SHUTOFF

+24VDC

U17
+15V

IN

OUT
7815

C12

+5V

OUT

C3

470/25V

7805
GND

47/50V

8.5V

C11

C10

C2

IN

7824

1
7
12

1N4005

D9

1N4005

D10

1N4005

D11

1N4005

C9

C8

24VAC

GND

.1

47/50V

.1

1000/50V

C1

.1

D12

26VDC

U16
OUT

GND

IN

USE

C40

.1

U22

+24VAC2

C25

BUSS

19

CONT.
CNTL 1

8.5V

HIGH FREQUENCY

18

D22

2200/25V

6
+24VAC1

1N751

RELEASE

9
11
20

GND

C1

VSENSE

U31

10

PREP

8
9

ANAGND

3 +

3.9K

B1

+15V

-10.2VREF

-15V

+5V

R46

EXPOSE

+5V

18
SPARE

CD

D21
1N4148

3.9K

HFD0
SEL

14
17

15K

CD

10
15

VTEST

SEL

R51

R49

EXPOSE

ANALOG

HFD1

10M

11

10K

R220

AECVREF

R50

19

BUCKYREADY

HFD4

HFD2

16

R50

HFD6
HFD5

HFD3

15

R55

10K

14

25

13

21

PREP

J5
HFD7

J7
+15V

13

MUX

R43

TUBE1
TRANSDUCER

26VDC

36

1
4
2

12

EXPOSE

D2

1N751

SHUTOFF

PRINTER

BUCKY2

11

12

35

ANG. ENABLE

A0

1N751

TUBE2/1

BUCKY1

XDOUT1

+5V

47

ROTOR

FREEZE

GND

SONALERT

23

A1

10

CLOCK

+5V

D7A2

D23

PHASE/RHODIUM

40

+15V

J6

TUBE

TOMO

DOOR

J9

XDIN1

D25

20K

XRAYON

U11

DATA

HFD2

LCDEN

+5V

10

CH/ENABLE

FPIEN

+24VDC

ERLED

26

27

D7

RESET

PIA2

1
2

U13

RNGATE1

HFD3

XFER

EEPROM2

D24

SEL

ERLED

14

33

13

27

TUBE1/2

PIA1EN
PIA2EN

1N751

SEL

TRANSDUCER

CMMEAS2

U11

WE

C47

SEL

TUBE2

D/A2

29

U7

28

D6

30

D4
D5

R/W

32
31

D3

PIA2EN

33

A0

RAMEN

D1

3
5

J10

26

24VAC2
ERLED

13 FREEZE

CMMEAS1

.0047

20 22 24

D0

PREP

TUBE1/2

CONTACTOR2

D2

1K

SHUTOFF

CONTACTOR1

.1

2K

24VAC1

40

R58

C23

R41

10 XDIN1

NOTE

SONALERT

+5V

R56

6
2

10

U18

11

36

23

14

COMP

16

35

+15V

20

CD

17

25

R/W

D7A1

12

38
37

COMP

A0

A4

A14

FREEZE

34

+15V
4

U13

XDIN2

24

RESET

D/A1

D6

22

20

DAC0830

D5

19

11
14

15

10K

20

13

U24

10K

D4

18

A15

R19

4.7/50V

D3

17

27

C26

D1

12

16

26

A14

D0
11

15

A13

XDOUT2

3 RNGATE1

TP2

MC6821

27C256

23

D7

21

14

D6

24

A11

LM324N

D5

A9
A10

12 +

D4

4.7K

D1

R57

33K

25

D0

R18

D3

A8

RNGATE2

R37

C19
D2

A7

12

10K

+5V

A6

J8

10K

TP3

R38

VSENSE

EPROM

A5

PANEL

10
1

R40
16

U9

74LS157N

U2

A4

FRONT

6 XDOUT1

A3

11

28

10

A1
A2

5
7

13

+5V

R39
100

12

4
6

+5V

TUBE1/2

A0

U13

LEDCLK

XRAY

13

XRAY

11
9

14
3

C24

10

36

FPA4

12

35

18

FPA3

FPA5

26

FPA2

FPA4

23

FPIEN

27

RAMEN

EEPROM1

12

FPA0

31
30

D4

20
18

FPA0
FPA1

32

+5V FRONT PANEL

20 22 24

LCD

J3

D3

22
19

U14

.1

D4

9
10

9
74LS15

D2

11

11
12

5
8

C22

D1

10

3
14

+5V

D0

U13

LCDEN

10

6
13

10

WE

28

19

22

A15

R34
1K

D6
D7

D0

21

EEPROM

D0

D7

22

D4

TO U7-19

D1

.1

1N4148

JUMPER

U3

D2

.1

26

28

**
A11

1N4148

33K

D3

C29

D17

WE

R12

21

MASTER

A0

X1
3.58MHZ

ICL8211

U14

JUMPER

U26

RESET

C6

39

MICRO

A1

47

28

26

.1

WE
4

C27

37

.1
1N4148

C21

C17

100K

MC6821

R7
4.7K

U15

10K

D4

2K

D16

1N4148

+5V

R11

LH5116-10

R8
4.7K

+5V

R13

X2816AP/X2864AP

4.7K

.1

C16

X2816AP

R9

R53

RESET

10K

D18

D5

R32

R33

-15V
1.5K

+5V

D6

+5V

4.7K

A0

WE

WE

11

+5V

D7

R/W

ADJUST

1N4148

12
13

C4

ANGLE

+15V
4

+15V
4

Vcc

Vcc

U20

10
14

Vcc

14

14

14

Vcc

Vcc

Vcc

U21

U11

U12

U13

U14

U18

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

11

11

+5V

FRONT

PANEL

IN

OUT

C42

7805

C41

11

GND

.1

.1

KBPC602

74LS04N

-15V
LM324N

U32

14

Vcc

LM324N

74LS00N

74LS00N

74LS04N

74LS15N

(Stored Energy)

MICROPROCESSOR PCB A-172

6-27-01

Revision

10-10

SCHEMATICS
J1
TP4

R10

+15V

C1

8.2K

R11

470/25

8.2K
+SENSE

IN

-SENSE

IN

2
-

+
C2
470/25

2.7K

TP3

-15V

R12

U4

TL082

R13
4.7K

+15V

+15V

14

U1

DAC0830

19

17

R19

11

3
10

12

HFD4

10K

LM324

R2

R6

HFD6

5K

2K

3
4

DIS

U5 THR

C8

R9

820

2K

0.1

D12

14

R1

U3

10K
LM324

R23

J5

0.1

+5V

C11
0.1

R27

U7

74LS125

PREP

HFD2

470

U7
74LS125

SEL 1
SEL

SEL

3
4
5
6
7
8

1N4005

R51

VCC

A1

O0

A2

O1

U2

E1

-SENSE IN

O2

E2

O3

E3

O4

O7

O5

GND

O6

R38

D8
1N4005

15

C13

.22

GND
RST1
A1
B1

RST2

U8

A2

Q1

B2

Q1

Q2

GND

Q2

U12
+

15

14

13

12

11

10

VCC

GND

11

GND
RST1
A1
B1

U9

RST2
A2

Q1

B2

Q1

Q2

GND

Q2

100

10

4.7K
R39

LM324

U12
+

+15V

12
11
10
9

Q7
S

R32

1.5K

U11
1

Q3

R35

MTP3055

33

2N4124

R36

LM311

33

Q4
MTP2955

+15V

1K

2N2907

C26

1N4005

D4

0.1

J3
+5V

10

IN

D5
8

U12

R44

R45

1K
LM324

-15V

-15V

2
3

2K

1N4005

AECVREF

D6

D13

1N4005

R42

+15V

PREP

1N4148

100K

13

LM324

+15V

14

Q8

1N4005

100

MTP3055

2N2907

15

R43

R46

+SENSE

14

U12

Q2

33
S

D3

12

R34

LM311

+5V

R41

16

LM324

R25

12

Q6

13

AEC

INTERFACE

4
5

CALIBRATION

VOLTAGES

4
8
+15V

10

U7

HFD0

11

74LS125

TEST

13

U7

12

J5-4

74LS125

EXPSTOP

POINT
-0.80v

TP1

R47
4.7K

C17
6

+15V

+15V

+15V

+5V

+5V

HFD3

10

HFD2

U3

Vcc

14

LM324

U3
Gnd
11

Vcc

C19

Vcc

0.1

U10

U4
Gnd

Gnd
4

12

with

-0.75v

74HC73

0.1

13

TP2

TP3 at gnd

+5V

C20

C21
0.1

47/25V

Vcc

C22

Vcc

0.1

0.1

K2

U6

CLK2
J2

Q2

Q2 8

* NOTES:

FOR CATHODE OPERATION; SHORT PINS 1 & 2 WITH JUMPER ON J5


FOR ANODE OPERATION; SHORT PINS 2 & 3 WITH JUMPER ON J5

Vcc
U7

Gnd

Gnd

Gnd

11

7
C24

0.1
-15V

C23

U12

R2

14

U11

C18

02/15/01

Q1
MTP2955

33

2N4124

3.3K

74HC4538

.0033

16

VCC

GND

R33

R30

13

15K

3.3K

1.5K

U10

14

-10.2VREF

J4

3.3K

100K

16

A0

100K

HFD3

470

74LS138
1

R40

NOTE

+5V

D7

EXPSTOP

R29

C14

SEE

R28

MC14538

R50

R31
2

C16

Q5

220K

AECVREF

15

+
+15V

0.1

C15

470/25

+5V

200

17

+15V

10

R24
4.7K

13

GND

C12

19

4
12

1N4005

470/25

IN

11

D2

C10

Q1
Q1

J1

9
-

1N759

-SENSE

0.1

VCC

U6

K1

CLK1

D10

1N759

C9
74HC73
2

R26

1N759

1N759

-15V

J2

IN
D9

D11

+5V

R17

+5V

+SENSE

1500pF

4.7/25

R8

1K

13

10K

2N2907

-10.2VREF

20

R22

Q9

1K

TL082

11

8
7

CV 5

RS

51K

V+

GND
TR

R7

C3

100

470/25

1N4148

R18

U4
+

0.1

C4

7.5K

CW

R1

470

CW

TP1

-10.2VREF

HFD7

TP2

LM324

C7

15K

D1

C6

10K

R49

R15

R16

U3

R21

7.5K

82K
7

0.1
ICM7555

R20

6
-

C25

220pF

C5

10K

R5

+5V

8
6

R3

U3
3

HFD5

2.7K

18

R14

+5V

3.3K

+5V

R4

20

13

15

HFD7

HFD5

16

12
10

HFD6

HFD3

HFD4

HFD2

HFD1

HFD3

14

HFD1

HFD2

16

HFD0

HFD0

18

0.1
-15V

KVP CONTROL PCB A-189


Revision

10-11

J1

SCHEMATICS

+VCC

+24VDC

U8
IN

OUT
7824

C22

C23

GND

20

11

C21

.1

.1

+5V
R1

470/25

Q7

10K

J2

+5V

2N3568

D6

D5
K1

PREP

1N4005

C2

+5V

C15

C10

C12

47/25V

U7

-15V

C9

.001

C13

.001

10/50V

HFD1

18

HFD1

HFD0

16

K1

Q1

CLK1

Q1

J1

R10

1M

12
13

C16

.1

GND

HFD2

IN1+

IN2+

IN1-

IN214

U1

DT
5
CT

HFD4

TL494

C7

100
D1

C4

HFD5

1N4005

10K

R8

+24VDC

GND

E2

C1

E1

R19

C11
12

R24

10

1K/1W

+VCC

R21
R14
330

R20

8.2K

4.7K

.01

C14

HFD7

330

Q6

Q3
MTP3055

2N2907

4.7/50V

+5V

J3
R49

SEL

SEL

3
4
5
6
7
8

16

A0

VCC

A1

O0

A2

O1

E1

U4

E2

O2
O3

E3

O4

O7

O5

GND

O6

FILAMENT

14

CURRENT

13

FEEDBACK

R34

1.5K
C6

D3

330

1.5K

R41

4.7K

15

+15V

R23
3.3K

1N4005

C18

.1

1N4005

1K

+VCC

U6

CW

2K
+5V

HFD1

11

R36

100

74LS125

12

CURRENT

D4

1N753

10

U5

LM324

R37
470

LM324
R38

10

20K

U5

R33

ADJUST

7.5K

R13
1ohm/5W

1ohm/5W

R4

MAX

R35

470/50V

R12

15

U3
-

MTP2955

R40

R32

D2

17

SEL 1

Q4

330
7

LM324

74LS138

19

FILAMENT COMMON

R22

200

FILAMENT LARGE

330
.1

R6

R25

SMALL

330

11
C2

FILAMENT

MTP3055

20K

VCC

RT

4.7K

4
Q2

R18

13

C8

R5

HFD6

CTL

4.7/50V

.1

OUT

2N2907

VREF

COMP

R2

Q5

R17

15

11

HFD3

16

14

VCC

Q1
MTP2955

10K

R1

470/50V

S
G

330

+VCC

R7

330

R15

.1

74HC73

HFD0

C17

R16

4.7K

10K
10/50V

+VCC

R9

R11

47/25V

C1

C3

10

DC)

+15V

.1

12

VCC IN (+30V

14

1N4005

10K

C20

D7
10/50V

+VCC
1N4148

R39

13
R3

R31
TP2

TP1
10

R26

+15V

15

14

HFD7

HFD5

16

HFD6

HFD4

HFD3

HFD1

HFD2

HFD0

11

DAC0830

8
1

19

17

18

3
10

C19

4.7K

10/50V

13

U3

+15V

R30

+5V

4.7K

9.1K

20

13

R28

R27

12

U2

7.5K
LM324

U3
-

10K

10K

5VREF

100

14

R29

2
-

8.2K

LM324

12

U3
+

LM324

Vcc
U3
Gnd

C5

.1

11

Vcc
U5
Gnd
11

R31

&

R49

MAY

BE

CHANGED

AT

TEST

IF

NECESSARY

14

Vcc
U6
Gnd
7

+5V
-15V
TP3

04/17/03

S.E. FILAMENT CONTROL REGULATOR PCB A-190


Revision

10-12

SCHEMATICS
J1
U8

20

C21

11

4N25

+5V
+15V

R1

470/25

10

Q7

10K

R46

R47

+5V

2N3568

D6

PREP

VCC

1N4005

+15V

C2

+5V

4.7K

10K

C10

C12

U7

-15V

.001

C9

.001

C13

HFD1

18

HFD1

HFD0

16

Q1
Q1

J1

R10

12

1M
C16

13

IN1+

IN2+

IN1-

IN2-

.1

14

GND

VREF

COMP
4

11

U1

DT
5
CT

HFD3
HFD4

C7

100
D1

C4

HFD5

C8

1N4005

10K

R48

+24VDC

C2

GND

E2

C1

E1

R19

4.7K

R42

.25/5W

+24VDC

4.7/50V

C11

330

Q6

.1

Q3
MTP3055

2N2907

C25

J3

15

R49

SEL 2

SEL 4

3
4
5
6
7
8

16

A0

VCC

A1

O0

A2
E1
E2

U4

O1
O2
O3

E3

O4

O7

O5

GND

O6

1N4005

R41

15

FILAMENT

14

CURRENT

13

FEEDBACK

4.7K

1K

U6

ADJUST
D8

R4

R36

100

2K
D4

+5V

CURRENT

5.6K

CW

1N753

10

1N4005
1

U5

R37
470

LM324

R33

R38

+
8

ANALOG

U5
-

LM324

13

20K

10

1
7

MAX

R35

470/100V

HFD1

11

1.5K
C18

74LS125

12

330

2N5550

.1
2

+15V

R23

Q9

C6

D3

1N4005

VCC

R34

16K

MTP2955

680

17

SEL 1

10K

LM324

74LS138

19

U3
-

R22

.01/50V

R40

R32

COMMON

Q4

2.7K

FILAMENT

R43

D2

.25/5W

4.7K

LARGE

330

R20

8.2K

200

R13

R21

HFD7

+5V

FILAMENT

1K/1W

R14

.01

R24

R12

4.7K

R6

R25

SMALL

330

10

C14

FILAMENT

330

11

RT

4
Q2
MTP3055

20K

12

R5

HFD6

13

R18

4.7K

VCC

4.7/50V

.1

CTL

TL494

R2

OUT

470/50V

Q1

2N2907
R8

+24VDC

C23

MTP2955

Q5

R17

15

.01/50V

16

14

K1
CLK1

470/100V

680

+24VDC

2.7K

330

R15

C24

10K

VCC

HFD2

2N5550
R44

R7

R1

1/50V

.1

74HC73

HFD0

C22
10/50V

+24VDC

C3

C15

L1
100uH

1N4005

C17

R16

Q8

10/50V

VCC

R9

R11

47/25V

47/25V

DC)

D5

K1

C1
.1

10

VCC IN (+50V

12

.25/5W

14

J2

R45

10K

D7

10K

C20

10/50V
+24VDC

1N4148

R39
R3

R31

100

10K

TP2 5VREF

TP1

R26

+15V

U3
-

10K

15

14

U2

DAC0830

19

17

HFD7

HFD5

16

HFD6

HFD4

HFD3

HFD1
6

HFD2

HFD0
7

3
10

C19

R28
4.7K

10/50V

13

U3

+15V

R30

+5V

4.7K

9.1K

20

13

R27

12

11

18

LM324

10

7.5K

14

R29

2
-

8.2K

LM324

12

U3
+

LM324

Vcc
U3
Gnd

C5

.1

11

Vcc
U5
Gnd
11

R31

&

R49

MAY

BE

CHANGED

AT

TEST

IF NECESSARY

14

Vcc
U6
Gnd
7

+5V
-15V
TP3

FILAMENT CONTROL REGULATOR PCB A-263


02/15/01

Revision 0

10-13

SCHEMATICS

J1
RS3

RS2

RS1

5
1ohm/10W

2ohm/15W

5ohm/25W

FILAMENT

SMALL

D2

1N4005
4
D1

1ohm/10W

2ohm/15W

4ohm/25W

1N4005
6

2
RL3

RL2

FILAMENT LARGE

RL1

FILAMENT RESISTOR PCB A-186


02/15/01

Revision

10-14

SCHEMATICS
C1

R1
1K/100W

J2

.1/600V

J6

R3

J3

150 1/2W

J7

J4

K1

J8

J9

J5
6

R2

R4
150

1/2W

1K/100W

C2

.1/600V

J1
2

5
K2

DISTRIBUTION PCB A-185


11/99

Revision 0

10-15

SCHEMATICS
VIN
VCC

FLT1
EXC-EMT103DT
1

3
1
D3
2

C6

C5

10nF

47uF

P6KE6.8A

C7
10nF

6.3WV
2

VCC

J1
1
HFD7

3
5
7
9
11
13

SEL4

15

SEL2

17

SEL1

19

EXPOSE

-15V

HFD7

+15V

PREP

HFD6

ANAGND

HFD5

-10.2REF

HFD4

VCC

HFD3

AECVREF

HFD2

SEL4

HFD1

SEL2

HFD0

SEL1

GND

2
C4
4
6

HFD6

HFD5

10uF
C3

10

HFD4

12

HFD3

14

HFD2

16

HFD1

18

HFD0

6.3WV

100nF
U1

20

HFD0

HFD1

HFD2

HFD3

HFD4

HFD5

HFDCONN

Z1
R3
1
0
GNDMNT

HFD6

10

HFD7

11
12

MOT

VCC

NC

SQW

NC

NC

AD0

NC

AD1

NC

AD2

IRQ

AD3

RESET

AD4

DS

AD5

NC

AD6

R/W

AD7

AS

GND

CS

24
23

SqWave

22
21
20
19
18
17

ClkData

16
15

ClkRd

14

ClkAddr

13

ClkSel

VCC

D12887

C2

10uF
6.3WV

C1

100nF

U2
1
2
SEL4

3
4

SEL2

5
6

SEL1

7
8

SqWave

9
10

CLK

VCC

I1

IOQ8

I2

IOQ7

I3

IOQ6

I4

IOQ5

I5

IOQ4

I6

IOQ3

I7

IOQ2

I8

IOQ1

GND

OE

GAL16V8A

20
19
18

ClkSel

17
VIN
16

ClkAddr

15

ClkRd

14

ClkData
R1

13

D1

180

FLT2

LED

EXC-EMT103DT
1

12
11

R2

180

D2

LED
C8

C9

10nF

10uF

6.3WV

CODE BOARD PCB A-911


02/15/01

Revision 0

10-16

SCHEMATICS
J1
F1

+30VDC

8
0.125A

COMMON

R1

250 ohm
2watt

SSR+

GND

23

VDC

2
TB1

19mA
RY1

SSR-

n.c.

SHUTOFF

3
3

n.o.

1
D1
K3
1N4005

Omron
G2R-14-DC24

POWER SHUTOFF PCB A-202


02/15/01

Revision

10-17

SCHEMATICS
2

*
1

VERSION

4.19

SOFTWARE

AND

UP

U11
3

R58

WALL
E

J1

OUT

J3-9

TABLE

2K

OUT

J2-9
TABLE

CHAMBER

CHAMBER

GAIN

+15V

TP4

2K

WALL

C1

C3

U4

GND
.1

2200/25

TP7

U11

OD ADJUST

R55
7

C29

100K
-

R17

U5
+

U4

100K

22K
5

LF444

11

R19

U5

47K

LF444

U11

+
16

U4

U4

C9

(0-10V)

R25

12

WALL

KV REF GAIN

U6
+

14

R27

R28

1.5K

470

LM324

2K

10

U7

100

U6
+

13

LS10

12

U12

COM

R53

HFD0

16
14
12
10
8
6
3

ESTCODE
ESTMISC
ESTPARA1

HFD1

HFD2

HFD3

HFD4

13

HFD5

14

HFD6

17

HFD7

18

Q0

D1

Q1

D2

Q2

D3

Q3

D4

Q4

D5

Q5

D6

Q6

D7

U2

Q7

OC

11

+5V

C5

.1

17
15

SEL 2

SEL 4

3
4
5
6
7
8

A1

R36

R37

R38

10K

10K

10K

U1

E1
E2

O1
O2
O3

E3

O4

O7

O5

GND

O6

"2" (WALL)

B
B
B

U7
ULN2803

C
C
C

14

J2-6

16

J3-6

13

J2-5

15

J3-5

12

J2-4

11

J3-4
J2-10

+15V

J3-10
J2-11

-15V

100

O0

A2

"1"

CHAMBER

R1

74LS138
VCC

CHAMBER

TO

2N4124

1.6V @ 75mA @

60KV

10K

(TABLE)

C10

10K

.001

U8

10

CLR

2
12

12

74LS221

14
15

+5V

P2

CEXT
REXT/CEXT
A
B
CLR

U8

Q
Q

CLK
Q
CLR
_

ESTCODE
ESTMISC
ESTPARA1

P1

R51
1.5K

74LS74

11

13

PR

U9

D2

EXPSTOP

1N5819

13

J3-11

+5V

16

J5

FIELD

FIELD

FIELD

2
4
5

14

V+

10
8

V-

6
9

OUT 2

13
12
11

R44

OUT 5

10

OUT 6

2K

+300V TP

+15V
R47
2ohm/1W

+5V
TP

+15V +5V

-15V

4
2

ESTCODE
ESTPARA1
ESTMISC

+5V

U11

13

PR

U9

C11

74LS74

CLK

CLR

10

330

2K

R39
100K

C13

.01

3
4

R45

R41

12
4

+15V

6
R40

Vcc
C19

U8

.1

Gnd

16

14

16

Vcc

Vcc
C27

C28

U9
.1

Gnd
7

U1

14

20

Vcc
U2

.1

Vcc

Gnd
10

U12
Gnd

12

C18
.1

Gnd

C25

U4

C22

13

C21
C20

5
.1

.1

C26
11

7
C12

.001

R43

IN2-

COMP

VREF

U10

DT

OUT
CTL

CT

TL494VCC

RT

C2

GND

E2

C1

E1

J2-1

510K

10

+300V

R48
C15

C16

T1-E30048

16

R49

15

8.2K

.1

.1

14
13
12
11
10

Q2
R46

MTP2955

33

20K

C24
11

.1

-15V

05/03/01

10K

IN2+

MUR160

U6

U5

.1
.1

.1

C23

IN1+
IN1-

J3-1

R50

D1

150K/1W

C14

20

USED

J2-3,7
J3-3,7

15

NOT

7
3

OUT 7

COM

J4

+5V
5
3

A0

TO

CONNECTS

LF444

LM324

TP3

+15V

ESTCODE
ESTPARA1
ESTMISC

REXT/CEXT

11

CONNECTS

R35

CEXT

16

+5V

10

SEL 1

74LS221

15

19

+5V

.001

10K

10

CLK

C33

EXPSTART

J3

R33

-15V

J2

100K

ESTCODE
ESTMISC
ESTPARA1

19

LM324

Q1

R23

14

U5
+

4.7/50V

6
12

U6
+

12

KV REF OFFSET

5
9

U6

R31

J3-8

R61

+5V

WALL/TABLE

D0

13

10K

100

LS10

74LS374

LM324

J2-8
C32

11

C31

4.7/50V

ULN2803

SWEEP

10K
6

R30

10K

BUSS

U12

R34

R52

10

R24
R29

TABLE

HF

TP2

R32

+5V

13

150K

U11
15

.47

10

16

U12
LS10

100K

18

14

R26

AECVREF

51K

11

15

13

R22

100K

-15V

LF444

10

5
14

U5
+

R56

R20

2200/25

CW

40-73KVP

OD ADJUST

DG211

27K

C2

.001

100

CW

* 74-120KVP

R12

10

+5V
C4

7805

1.5A

GAIN ADJUST

.33

U13
OUT

ANTICIPATOR

10K
C7

IN

C8

20K

TP6

.001

R59

10K

F1

TP5

R16

GAIN

R60

DG211

ANTICIPATOR

R57

.1

OPTIONAL

POWER

SUPPLY

AEC INTERFACE PCB A-194


Revision 0

10-18

SCHEMATICS
+15V

R9

820ohm
150K

R1
33ohm
C1

D2

ADJUST
R5

CW

R8

1N4005

1N4005

D4

R10

2N4124

10K

LED

R11

TL082

1
270ohm/1W

U2

D6

200ohm/25W

6
-

MAC210
R15

D3

U1
+

200ohm

F1

+205V

U1

47ohm

R3
1

Q1
1N4005

Q2

220VAC

100uf/250V

+15V
47K

+205V

2K

330ohm

1N4005

D10

R2

1N4005

D1

220VAC

R7

R4

J1

D7

MOC3061

5
4

+15V

1N4005

TL082

R6

R32

D5

3.9K

R16

2ohm/5W

1.5A

1N753

TP1

2K

R33

TP3

4.7K

-205V

R14

F2

R31

4.7K
2ohm/5W

1.5A

R28

CW
R34

TP4

220K
R12

U5
+

100K

1N4005

TL082

220K

R35

R13
-15V

2K

4.7K

TP5

TP2
2

Q3

200ohm/25W

-15V

R21

1N4005

47K

-205V

2K

+
100uf/250V

R17

VSENSE

D11

D14

R25

820ohm

150K

C2

R18
330ohm

R23

R20

R19

MAC210

VSENSE
ADJUST

D12

ADJUST

Q4

2
-

CW

1N4005

R24

33ohm

U3
+

47ohm

R26

2N2907

LED
1

10K

R27

TL082

2
270ohm/1W

D9

U4
MOC3061

5
4

6
-

J3

R29

200ohm

R22
3.9K

U3
+

TL082

D13

1N4005

D8
R30
1N753

2K

J2
+15V

6
5
3
1

+15V

+15V

4
2

+15V

-15V

U1

U3

U5

-15V

-15V

-15V

SOURCE CHARGER PCB A-288


02/15/01

Revision 0

10-19

SCHEMATICS
A-299

BUSS

VOLTAGE

VA+

R1
150K
1W
R1
150K
1W
1N5378A

ANODE
A-299A

D1

D2

100V
CNY65

L1

J1

A1B
Coll

Cathode

Neon Lamp

+5V

CHARGE

Anode

VA-

12

CHARGE

A-272

Microprocessor
Board

A-299

BUSS

VOLTAGE

VC+

R1
150K
1W
R1
150K
1W

D1

CATHODE

1N5378A

A-299C

100V

D2
CNY65

L1

J1

A1B
Cathode

Neon Lamp
VC-

Gnd

Coll

E
Anode

3
2

CHARGE MONITOR CIRCUIT PCB A-299


06/25/01

Revision

10-20

SCHEMATICS
TABLE

+5V

J1

J2

OF

AND

VARIABLES

TEXT

LED

REFERENCE

2
C1

14

Z2

C2

12

10/16V

S4A

1N751

.1
D16

1
13

2
S5B
1N751

74LS138
1

3
4
5

2
3
4
5
6

+5V

7
8
Z1

A0

VCC

A1

O0

A2

O1

E1

O2

U1

E2

O3

E3

O4

O7

O5

GND

O6

S5A

S4B

16
15

Z4

14

S1B

1N751

13
12

S3B

S2B

10

11
10

Z5

D15

S6

S1A

1N751
1N4005

S7

1N751
Z6

J3

S8

1N751

2
Z7

3
4

S11

1N751

+5V

S13

S12

6
D14

S9

S10

Z8
S14

1N751

+26V

S15

S16

1N4005
R3

R2

R8

4.7K

4.7K

820

TUBE

TWO

PANEL

DESIG.

Z3

1N4005

MF-150

REF

S3A

S2A

PANEL

S1A

ADJUST

UP

ADJUST

S1B

ADJUST

DOWN

ADJUST

DOWN

S2A

ADJUST

UP

ADJUST

UP

UP

S2B

ADJUST

DOWN

ADJUST

DOWN

S3A

ADJUST

UP

ADJUST

UP

S3B

ADJUST

DOWN

ADJUST

DOWN

S4A

ADJUST

UP

ADJUST

UP

S4B

ADJUST

DOWN

ADJUST

DOWN

S5A

ADJUST

UP

ADJUST

UP

S5B

ADJUST

DOWN

ADJUST

DOWN

D1,S6

PREP

PREP

D2,S9

GRID

WALL

D3,S10

BUCKY

TABLE

D4,S8

NON-B

NON-BUCKY
AUTO-TEC

BUCKY
BUCKY

D5,S11

BACE

D6,S12

AEC

AEC

D7,S13

MANUAL

MANUAL

D8,S7

EXPOSE

EXPOSE

D9,S16

RELEASE

TUBE

TUBE

D10,S15

FILM

SCREEN

D11,S14

AUTO

D12

READY

REL

AEC

FIELD

SEL

READY

E1 COMMON

11

E2 PREP

R17
1K

E3 EXPOSE

R23

+5V

47K

Q1
R5

Q2

R7

10

2
+5V

4.7K

U5

74LS00

R19

200

10

R4

4.7K

100

100

+5V

1.5K

R10

R11

100

100

100

2N2907

R13

R14

100

100

R16

R15

100

100

+5V

R12
8

U5

100
D1

D2

D3

D4

D5

C3

3
4

4.7/25V

R21

R9

D6

D9

D7

D10

D11

D12

74LS00

+5V

14

R1

1
R6

R18

74LS00

+5V

1.5K

U5

R20

4
5

1N4005

MPSA63

3.6K

PIEZO

D13

1.5K

VCC

VCC

Q7

Q0
Q1
Q2

74LS164

U2

Q6
Q5
Q4

Q3

MR

GND

CP

14
D8

13

12

11

10

+5V

VCC

Q7

Q0
Q1
Q2

74LS164

U3

Q6
Q5
Q4

Q3

MR

GND

CP

14
13
12
11
10
9
8

+5V

U5
GND
7
C4

.001

+5V

J4
R22

1
1ohm/5W

TO LCD BACK LIGHT

OPERATOR CONTROL PANEL PCB A-164


11/99

Revision

10-21

SCHEMATICS
VCC

R2

R3

2K

2K

C3
1

VCC
R1

U6A

14
1

U6B

2
3

74LS00
74LS00

10uf

4
5

C2

C1

ESTCODE
ESTMISC
ESTPARA1

15

1K

220pf

C4

CEXT

U5A

CLR

ESTPARA1
ESTCODE
ESTMISC

6
7

REXT/CEXT
A

220pf

Q
Q

13

9
10

11

CEXT
REXT/CEXT
A
B

U5B

CLR

74LS221

Q
Q

5
12

74LS221

220pf

J1
VCC
COM
R/S
VA
LCDEN
R/W
D1
D0
D3
D2
D5
D4
D7
D6

J2
1
ESTCODE
ESTMISC
ESTPARA1

3
4

13

14

7
8

17
18

9
10

1
11

11

ESTCODE
ESTMISC
ESTPARA1

D0
D1

U1

D2

6
Q0

D3

Q1

D4

Q2

D5

Q3

D6

Q4

D7

Q5

OC

Q6

CLK

Q7

2
5

11

13

15

12

17

15
16
19

1
19

1A1

1Y1

1A2

1Y2

1A3

1Y3

1A4

1Y4

2A1

2Y1

2A2

2Y2

2A3

2Y3

2A4
1G
2G

2Y4

18

16

14

12

8
9

U3

10
11

12

12

13

13

74LS374

74LS244

14

14

ESTCODE
ESTMISC
ESTPARA1

3
4
7
8

13
14
17
18
1
11

ESTCODE
ESTMISC
ESTPARA1

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
OC
CLK

2
4

U2

6
Q0
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7

74LS374

11

13

15

12

17

15
16
19

1
19

1A1

1Y1

1A2

1Y2

1A3

1Y3

1A4

1Y4

2A1

2Y1

2A2

2Y2

2A3

2Y3

2A4
1G
2G

2Y4

VCC
COM
R/S
VA
LCDEN
R/W
D1
D0
D3
D2
D5
D4
D7
D6

18
16
14
12
9
7
5
3

VCC

U4

74LS244

20

U1

20
C6

U2

.1uf
10

20
C5

C7
.1uf

.1uf
10

U5

U4

U3
.1uf

10

16

20
C8

14
C10

U6

.1uf

10

C9
.1uf

OPERATOR CONTROL PANEL DRIVER PCB A-198


02/15/01

Revision

10-22

BLK/10AWG (1 wire/bridge)

K2

ESTCODE

ESTCODE

SSR1

50ohm 100W

5A

BLK/10AWG (1 wire/bridge)

ESTCODE

ESTCODE

SSR2

BLK/10AWG (2 wire)

CONT

F13

R9
50ohm 100W

BLU

CNTL2

A-272-J1-2

ES TCOD E

5A

RED

CODE

ADJUST COMPENSATION TERMINALS


VOLTAGE

120VAC

+10

CONT 24VDC

50VAC

F11

TO

TC OD E

YEL

7
YEL/GRN

BLK/10AWG (2 wire)

1ohm 5W

BLU/WHT

CONT CNTL2

CHARGE

WHT

F6
YEL/GRN

8A

15
4

A-202

J1
DR1-5

(+24VDC)

SPARK
GAPS

12
HF BUSS
J5

U
/

ED O CTS

COM
E

ED O CTS

ED O CTS

16AWG

SOFTWARE

EXPOSE

VERSION

20

19

17

16

15

14

13

12

11

18

SEL1

HFD0

SEL2

HFD1

SEL4

HFD2

HFD3

AECVREF

10

+5VDC

GND

A-185

-15VDC

E D OCT SE

FREQUENCY

SEL4

+15VDC

SEL2

GND

J2

A-198

TWISTED

SHIELDED RIBBON CABLE

J2

LCD DRIVER

2
3

J1

4
5

E15016

SHIELDED RIBBON CABLE

7
8
9

J6

J3

10
11
12
13
14
15
16

BOARD

J9

J8

18
19
7

20

R50
TUBE2/1
BUCKY1

J2

17

WHT
ORN

J1

BUCKY

RDY

R220
SPARE
VTEST
ANAGND
MUX
SPARE

YEL/GRN

LOW

SENSE
GND

J1

BOARD
5
6

ORN/WHT
GRN/WHT

FIL

SMALL

FIL

LARGE

19

A-299C

SM

CONT

CNTL1

A-272-J1-3

CONT

24VDC

A-272-J1-4

YEL/GRN

20

BLU/WHT

FIL

WHT/BRN

1
11

J1

J4

2
7

A-267

10

COMMON

+50VDC

YEL/GRN

COLL.
24VAC

BLK/WHT

T1-(0

WHT/BLK

RED/BLK
YEL/WHT

VAC)

T1-(50

PINK
BRN/WHT

A-202-8

VAC)

T1-(220
ROTOR
ROT

+24VDC
A-202-4

YEL/GRN

TO

COLLIMATOR
24VAC

INTERFACE

11

BOARD

BRN/WHT

C1

BLU
YEL/WHT

COM

ROTOR

14

15

16

18

J2

19

TB1

EXP.

GRN/BLK
ORN

BUCKY1
BUCKY2

BUCKY

WHT

MA

PUR/WHT

GRN/BLK
ORN

CONT

T1-(120

1
2

GRN

COM
COM

COM

T1-(120

VAC)

VAC)

T1-(0

ES TCOD E

VAC)

WHT
BLK/WHT

BLK

RED

WHITE

TOSHIBA
E7242GX

MODEL

11

10
11

MIDWEST

10

12

BUCKIES

RED

+24VDC

EXPOSE

BLACK

(DIN

ES TCOD E

DOOR

B2

120VAC

0VAC

B3

MOTOR

B4

PANEL

RAIL)

GREEN

WALL
BUCKY
#2)

PRESSURE
SWITCH

START

(BUCKY

BLUE

( HOLD )

B1

CONTACT

WHITE

13

INTERCONNECT
BRN

BUCKY

#7440L

13

12

MA

4
6

TUBE

GRN

PUR

17

20

YEL/GRN

10
1

J3

13

PS-1
+24VDC

9
10

RED

VAC)

MAIN

PHASE

ROTOR

5
RED

B8
4

CONDUCTOR

CABLE

AUX1
DR2-4
IN

USE

HF-300/HF-600 REV. 1
6-28-01

SSR

AC

VOLTAGE

SOURCE
YELLOW

STUD

K1

VC+ VC-

3
2

RESISTOR

J1

18

12

BUCKY2

HIGH

BLK

16

ROTOR/N

WHT/BLK

A-186

15

TUBE

P1

WHT

YEL/GRN

A-267-J2-6 (+24VDC)

ORN/

J1

14

SPARE

BLK

FILAMENT

13

DOOR/N

BLK

C15

C14

K1
ESTCODE

ESTCODE

D7

PCB

12

GND
XRAYON

BLK

RED/BLK

YEL/GRN

REGULATOR

11

+5V

PAIR/10 AWG

YEL/GRN

CONTROL

+24V

1uf

BR4

SHIELD

C7

PCB

E DO
C TSE

17

GND

BLK

J1
E15014-1

IGBT

PAIR

DISTRIBUTION

HIGH
ASSY

CATHODE

DRIVER

RED

FILAMENT

10

+5VDC

ES TC OD E

E30068C

1N4005

HFD4

SEL1

E15015-1

J2

P2

HFD5

HFD1

J1

1uf

-10.2REF
4

A-184-J1-7 (+15VDC)

A-263

ANAGND

HFD0

FRONT PANEL

C5

C19

C18

WHT

+15VDC

AECVREF

LCD

TWISTED

HFD7

HFD3

J1

1uf

R2

PAIR/10 AWG

BR6

-15VDC

AND UP

PS-1

A-164

BLU

HFD2

POWER SUPPLY

BRN

+24VDC

YEL

BRN/WHT

5.0

E10123

C6

TRANSFORMER

KVP

10

J1

S1

BLK

J1

7 8

A-184

POWER SWITCH

A-318C

1MEG

4
A-267-J2-6

MICROPROCESSOR

J2

STANDBY

J5

RETURN

CONTROL

+50VDC

STC ODE

5
E

ED O CTS

J1

A-272

WHT/BRN

ES TC OD E

ED O CTS

N L

PCB

/
B

E10125
1

C13

C12

A-189C

20

OPERATOR CONTROL PANEL ASSY


J1

RED

BR3

+15VDC

20

TWISTED/3

PAIR

YEL/GRN

J2

A-184-J2

-15VDC

J3

YEL/GRN

A-184-J2

6 J4

HF BUSS

SHIELD

RETURN

REGULATED POWER SUPPLY PCB

AEC
EXPOSE

A-299A

BLK

TWISTED

HFD6

J1

J1

A-184-J2

YEL/GRN

(OPTIONAL)

RED

PREP

ED O CTS

J1

WHT

PAIR

A-194
2

VA+ VA-

11

+15VDC

ES TCOD E

8A SB

ED O CTS E

J2

GRN

6
1

BRN/WHT

BRN

TB1

1
WHT

(CHARGE)

WHT

J4

V3

ED O CTS E

TWISTED

J5

YEL/GRN

F7

WHT/BLK

TWISTED

POWER
SHUTOFF
PCB

16

EXPOSE

220V

DR2-4

KVP

33VAC

+24VDC

J1

20

BLU/WHT

BRN

MA

YEL/GRN

J1

A-272-J1-12

PUR/WHT

RED/BLK

J5

J2

GND STUD

PUR

A-267-J2-1

C11

C10

E STC ODE

CONTROL

SENSE

A-184-J1-7 (+15VDC)

YEL/GRN

PCB

LOW

DRIVER

YEL/GRN

BR2

BOARD

BRN/WHT

BLU/WHT

ES TC OD E

10

A-299A-J1-1

SHUTOFF

24VAC

3A

10.5VAC

DR1-3
8

BLK/10AWG (2 wire)

R4

BLK/WHT

FL2

wire)

R3
1ohm 5W

BLU

14

1N005

F5

15VAC

1N4005

D6

GRN

13

D5

GRN

3A

BLU

COLLIMATOR

GRY

F4

GRN

12

J4

RED/WHT

K3

K2

F17 3A

HIGH

IGBT

BLK

A-267-J2-2

DISTRIBUTION

24VAC

F8 8A

8.5VAC

(2

A-184-J2

HIGH

ASSY

ES TCOD E

TCOD E

8A
ES

P1

WHT

PCB

PAIR/10 AWG

TWISTED

ES

F16 3A

YEL

BLK

STCODE

+15VDC

-15VDC

FREQUENCY

C17

C16

A-185

8A

11

BLK/10AWG

A-184-J2
CONT CNTL1

S TC OD E

L2

BLK

A-184-J2
RETURN

BLK

ANODE

TCOD E

0VAC

10

V2
220V

E30068A
TRANSFORMER

K1
ESTCODE

TWISTED/3

TCOD E

ES

F2

BLK/WHT

TF-0075

430V

P2

PAIR/10 AWG

BR5

ES

F18

WHT/BLK

TWISTED

TCOD E

3A

T2

wire)

1uf

BLK

ES

3A
0

V1

C3

A-318A

BR1

F3

WHT

ESTCODE

BLK/10AWG (2

ES TCOD E

HFD4

220VAC
8A

1
F1

PINK

HFD5

-10.2REF

FL1

ESTCODE

L1

C9

1uf

BLUE

220

200

60A

C8

1MEG

C2

YELLOW

ES TCODE

ANAGND

ESTCODE

HFD6

240

T1
TF-0030

PREP

+15VDC

260

HFD7

K3

ESTCODE

CB1

A-911

1uf

R1

-15VDC

INCOMING

EXPOSE

TO NEAREST

PCB

C4

ES TCOD E

BLK/10AWG (2 wire)

(+24VDC)

DR2-5

ES TC OD E

F12

R8

ORG

HF-600

ONLY

10-23

LG

COM

YEL/GRN

SCHEMATICS

+205VDC

ESTCODE

SES3

YEL/GRN

ESTCODE

WHT

ESTCO DE

D1&8 (2x) 1N4005

RED
30A

J3

0.1

F14

A-288A

C28

K3

SOURCE

CHARGER

NOTE A: FOR
T1

105-116VAC INPUT

J1

30A
ESTCODE

TF-0035

SSR1-DR25 TOP, SSR2-DR24 BOT

ESTCODE

F15
BLU

J2
D2&9

EDOC TS E

117-130VAC INPUT

BOT
RED/WHITE

SSR1-DR25 TOP, SSR2-DR24 TOP

DR25

PINK

WHT

220VAC

A-184-J2

(2

WIRES)

(2

WIRES)

A-184-J2

STC OD E

RED/10AWG

(2 WIRES)

WHT/10AWG

(2

+205VDC

F3
120VAC

RED/10AWG

WHT/10AWG
-205VDC

STC OD E

RETURN

WIRES)

R1

1MEG

ESTCODE

+15VDC

3A

TOP

1N4005

C29

8A

MID.
BLK

-15VDC

F1

(2x)

0.1

SES4

A-184-J2

SES1

WHT
ESTCODE

FL1

CB1

10A

L1
I

V1
430V

V2
220V

A
D

1
BOT.
BLK

DR24
BLU/WHT

SPARK
GAPS
DR1-5 (+24VDC)

RED

J1

RED

DR1-3

YEL/GRN

F16

YEL

12

TB1
1

F8

F4

GRN

GRN

R4
1ohm 5W

WHT

1ohm 5W

SHUTOFF

F5
24VAC

3A

BLU/WHT

CNTL1

YEL/GRN

18

17

16

15

14

19

GND

SEL1

HFD0

SEL2

13

12

11

10

20

U
/

YEL/GRN

A-194
2

BLK

HF BUSS

SHIELD

J5

C6

J5

R2

16AWG

KVP

MICROPROCESSOR

AND

-15VDC

UP

HFD7
+15VDC

ANAGND
HFD5

J2
1

-10.2REF
4

HFD4

+5VDC

OPERATOR CONTROL PANEL ASSY

HFD3
AECVREF
HFD2
ED OC T SE

ES TC ODE

ES TCODE

-15VDC

SEL4

+15VDC

HFD1

RETURN

SEL2
HFD0
SEL1
GND

J2
E15015-1

A-198

SHIELDED RIBBON CABLE

J2

LCD DRIVER

2
3

J1

4
5

E15016

SHIELDED RIBBON CABLE

7
8
9

J3

J6

10
11
12
13
14
15
16

YEL/GRN

18
19
20

R50
TUBE2/1
BUCKY1

BUCKY

RDY

R220
SPARE
VTEST
ANAGND
MUX
SPARE

GND

STUD

K1

SM

LG

COM

RESISTOR

ORN/

PCB

11

12
13

J1

J2

CONT

CNTL1

A-172-J1-3

CONT

24VDC

A-172-J1-4

FILAMENT

REGULATOR

10

14

A-186

CONTROL

WHT
ORN

BOARD
1
2

15

5
6

J1

ORN/WHT
GRN/WHT

FIL

SMALL

FIL

LARGE

YEL/GRN

16
17

18

19
20

1
11

J1

J4

2
7

A-267

10

BLU/WHT
WHT/BRN

FIL

COMMON

+36VDC

YEL/GRN

COLL.
24VAC
A-202-8

BLK/WHT

T1-(0

WHT/BLK

RED/BLK
YEL/WHT

VAC)

T1-(50

PINK
BRN/WHT

+24VDC

VAC)

A-202-4

5
RED
YEL/GRN

TO

COLLIMATOR
24VAC
5

10

INTERFACE

11

BOARD
J3

13
14
15

16

ROT

BRN/WHT

MAIN

18

J2

19
B

TB1

TUBE

GRN
GRN/BLK
ORN
WHT

1
2

C1

PHASE

ROTOR

BLU
YEL/WHT

COM

ROTOR

BLK
RED

TOSHIBA

WHITE

E7242GX

PUR

17

20

9
6

PS-1
+24VDC

YEL/GRN

T1-(220 VAC)
ROTOR

10
1

RED

PUR/WHT

GRN

COM

BUCKY1

COM

BUCKY2

BUCKY

T1-(120
MA

GRN/BLK
ORN

CONT

COM

VAC)

ES

TCODE

T1-(120 VAC)
T1-(0 VAC)

WHT
BLK/WHT

10

12

BUCKIES

RED

+24VDC

CONTACT

#7440L
B1

B2

0VAC

B3

MOTOR

B4

PANEL

(DIN RAIL)

GREEN

DOOR

START

WALL
BUCKY
(BUCKY

EXP.

PRESSURE
SWITCH

EXPOSE
WHITE 120VAC

13

BLACK

ES TCODE

BUCKY

13

12

INTERCONNECT
BRN

MODEL

11

10
11

MIDWEST

MA

4
6

HF3-SE (STORED ENERGY) REV.1

D7

FILAMENT

12

BUCKY2

SENSE

1N4005

ROTOR/N

LOW

TUBE

HIGH

BLK

A-184-J1-7 (+15VDC)

SPARE

P1

WHT

YEL/GRN

DOOR/N

BLK

ESTCODE

J1

A-190

GND
XRAYON

K1
ESTCODE

+5V

BLK

YEL/GRN

+24V

BLK

ED O
CTS
E

17

GND

1MEG

BLK

J1
E15014-1

HIGH
ASSY

CATHODE

SHIELD

BRN/WHT

SOFTWARE VERSION

FREQUENCY

RED

3
7 8

PCB

PAIR

BLU

J2

EXPOSE

1uf

YEL

CONTROL

REGULATED POWER SUPPLY PCB

E10125

SWITCH

TWISTED

10

TRANSFORMER

DRIVER

A-189C
J1

E30068C

1uf

IGBT

+36VDC

HFD6

S1

C5
BLK

+15VDC

WALL

20

P2

A-318C
A-184-J2

-15VDC

J3

TWISTED/3

PAIR

RED

A-184-J2

A-172

WHT/BRN

TABLE

YEL/GRN

RETURN

HF BUSS

6 J4
J1

A-184-J2

J2

AEC
EXPOSE

PAIR

RED

+15VDC

ES TCODE

MA

GRN

J5

PCB

/
B

PUR/WHT

WHT/BLK

J4

STUD

RED/BLK

WHT

ES TC ODE

GND

PUR

A-267-J2-1

EXPOSE

BRN/WHT

SENSE

(OPTIONAL)

PREP

J1

PCB

J1

TWISTED

J1

5.0

FRONT PANEL

YEL/GRN

J1

A-164

LOW

DRIVER

A-184-J1-7 (+15VDC)

YEL/GRN

KVP

J2

A-184

LCD

HIGH

BLK

PCB

YEL/GRN

SB

J9

BRN/WHT

CONTROL

F6

BRN

P1

WHT

A-189A
J1

GRY

YEL/GRN

J1

BLU/WHT

F7

E10123

TWISTED

BRN

HIGH

ASSY

ES TC ODE

11

8A

BLK

ESTCODE

J4

20

7A

6
2

22VAC

18

BLK
TWISTED/3

IGBT

10

10.5VAC

19

12

BLK/WHT

16

TC ODE

20

RED/WHT

BLU

17

ES

D6
1N4005

R3

15VAC

15

24VDC

K2

GRN

BLU

14

CONT
3A

3A

8.5VAC

3A

24VAC

F17

A-267-J2-2

D5
1N4005

COLLIMATOR

8A

FREQUENCY

ESTCODE

ANODE

WHT/BLK

BOARD

RETURN

BLK

TRANSFORMER

K1

RED/BLK

A-185

+15VDC

8
TO

P2

A-184-J2

8A

TCOD E

YEL

11

13

POWER

1uf

K3

CONT
F11

J5

DISTRIBUTION

ES TC ODE

TOP

ES

POWER

6
4

-15VDC

A-184-J2

0VAC

A-202
SHUTOFF
PCB

C3

E30068A

J1

-205VDC

ES TCOD E

TC ODE

10

A-184-J2

C27

ES

8A
BLK

BRN

+24VDC

YEL/GRN

F2

BLK/WHT

SSR

220V

50VAC
3A

BLK

V3

YEL/GRN

SSR

BLK

L2

1uf

BLK

A-267-J2-6

0.1

SES2

F18

WHT/BLK

VSENSE

WHT

C2

A-318A

D4&11 (2x) 1N4005

EDOC TS E

WHT

WHT

HFD1

ESTCODE

YEL/GRN

POWER SUPPLY

FL1
WHT

30A

SEL4

8
2

HFD2

STANDBY

AECVREF

3A

ESTCODE

HFD3

F13
BLU

+5VDC

J3

K2

HFD4

CHARGER
F10

ORN

A-911
RED

C26

SOURCE

220VAC

PCB

-10.2REF

CODE

0.1

F12

A-288C
E

D3&10 (2x) 1N4005

30A

J1

ORN/WHT

RED

PS-1

HFD5

ANAGND

E DO C TS

HFD6

E DO C TSE

3A

220VAC

J2

J2
F9

ORN

4
5

COM

N L

PREP

E DO C TSE

J1

+15VDC

E DO C TS

HFD7

E DO C TS

-15VDC

E DO C TSE

EXPOSE

E DO C TSE

ES TCODE

DR2-5
+24VDC

ESTCO DE

#2)

B8

HOLD

CONDUCTOR

CABLE

BLUE
YELLOW

6-28

Revision

10-24

YEL/GRN

SCHEMATICS

+205VDC

ESTCODE

SES3

YEL/GRN

ESTCODE

WHT

ESTCODE

D1&8 (2x) 1N4005

RED
30A

J3

NOTE

A:

A-288A

FOR

0.1

F14
C28

K3

SOURCE

200-220VAC INPUT

CHARGER

SSR1-DR25 MID, SSR2-DR24 BOT

T1

221-240VAC INPUT

J1

30A
ESTCODE

TF-0035

SSR1-DR25 MID, SSR2-DR24 TOP


241-250VAC INPUT

ESTCODE

F15
BLU

J2
D2&9

ED OCTSE

BOT

SSR1-DR25 BOT, SSR2-DR24 TOP

RED/WHITE
6

DR25

PINK

WHT
WHT

220VAC

RED/10AWG (2 WIRES)

WHT/10AWG

A-184-J2

WIRES)

RED/10AWG (2 WIRES)
+205VDC

F3
120VAC

(2

-205VDC
RETURN

WHT/10AWG

A-184-J2

STC OD E

(2

WIRES)

R1

1MEG

ESTCODE

+15VDC

3A

TOP

1N4005

C29

OD E

ESTC

8A

MID.

BLK

-15VDC

F1

(2x)

0.1

SES4

A-184-J2

SES1

ESTCODE

CB1 10A

L1
I

V1
430V

V2
220V

SSR
BOT.

BLU/WHT

GAPS

RED

DR1-5 (+24VDC)

YEL/GRN

12

F17

F4

GRN

3A

13

24VDC

TC OD E

ES

GRN

WHT

SHUTOFF

F5
24VAC

BLU/WHT

YEL/GRN

L
U

19

18

17

16

15

14

20

GND

SEL1

HFD0

SEL2

13

12

11

10

J5

HF BUSS

SHIELD

TWISTED/3

PAIR

R2

16AWG

-15VDC

UP

HFD7
+15VDC

ANAGND
HFD5

-10.2REF
4

HFD4

+5VDC

AECVREF
HFD2
ED OC TS E

ESTC OD E

ESTCO DE

-15VDC

SEL4

+15VDC

HFD1

RETURN

SEL2
HFD0
SEL1
GND

J2
E15015-1

A-198

SHIELDED RIBBON CABLE

J2

LCD DRIVER

2
3

J1

4
5

E15016

SHIELDED RIBBON CABLE

7
8
9

J6

J3

10
11
12
13
14
15
16

BLK

YEL/GRN

18
19
7

20

R50
TUBE2/1
BUCKY1

BUCKY

RDY

R220
SPARE
VTEST
ANAGND
MUX
SPARE

GND

SM

D7

FILAMENT

A-186

CONTROL

9
10

STUD

YEL/GRN

LG

COM

13
14

RESISTOR

ORN/

PCB

12

J1

J2

CONT

CNTL1

A-172-J1-3

CONT

24VDC

A-172-J1-4

FILAMENT

REGULATOR

11

WHT
ORN

BOARD
1
2

15

ORN/WHT

GRN/WHT

J1

FIL

SMALL

FIL

LARGE

YEL/GRN

16
17

18

19
20

1
11

J1

J4

2
7

A-267

BLU/WHT

FIL

WHT/BRN

10

COMMON

+36VDC

YEL/GRN

COLL.
24VAC

BLK/WHT

T1-(0

WHT/BLK

RED/BLK
YEL/WHT

VAC)

T1-(50

PINK
BRN/WHT

A-202-8

VAC)

T1-(220
ROTOR
ROT

+24VDC
A-202-4

RED
YEL/GRN

TO COLLIMATOR
24VAC

10
11

INTERFACE
BOARD
J3

13
14

9
6

15

16

18

J2

19
20

TB1

GRN

BRN/WHT

C1

BLU
YEL/WHT

COM

GRN/BLK
ORN

BUCKY1

COM

BUCKY2

BUCKY

WHT

T1-(120
MA

PUR/WHT

GRN/BLK
ORN

CONT

COM

VAC)

T1-(120

VAC)

T1-(0

STCO DE

VAC)

BLK

RED

WHITE

ROTOR

TOSHIBA
E7242GX

WHT
BLK/WHT

12

BUCKIES

+24VDC

CONTACT

13

BLACK

(DIN

E STCO DE

B1

0VAC

B2

GREEN MOTOR

B4

DOOR

START

WALL
BUCKY
(BUCKY

EXP.

B3

PANEL

RAIL)

PRESSURE
SWITCH

EXPOSE
WHITE 120VAC

INTERCONNECT
BRN

RED

13

12

MODEL #7440L

11

10
11

MIDWEST BUCKY

10

MA

4
6

TUBE

GRN

COM

1
2

YEL/GRN

PUR

17

PS-1
+24VDC

10
1

RED

VAC)

MAIN

PHASE

ROTOR

12

BUCKY2

SENSE

1N4005

ROTOR/N

LOW

K1

TUBE

HIGH

SPARE

A-190

DOOR/N

P1

BLK
YEL/GRN

TSE

J8

GND

BLK
WHT

A-184-J1-7 (+15VDC)

XRAYON

ESTCODE

J1

YEL/GRN

+5V

K1
ESTCODE

+24V

1MEG

BLK

EDOC

17

GND

CATHODE

SHIELD

J1
E15014-1

HIGH

FREQUENCY ASSY

BLK

BRN/WHT

AND

1uf

RED

EXPOSE

PCB

PAIR

BLU

J2

7 8

SOFTWARE VERSION

TRANSFORMER

YEL

MICROPROCESSOR

HFD3

SWITCH

KVP

10

E30068C

1uf

DRIVER
TWISTED

ASSY

S1

P2
C5

BLK

A-189C
J1

WALL

20

IGBT

+36VDC

J2

J1

CONTROL

REGULATED POWER SUPPLY PCB

PANEL

J3

YEL/GRN

A-318C

PCB

E10125

FRONT

BLK

C6

HFD6

A-164

RED

A-184-J2

-15VDC

6 J4
J1

+15VDC

A-172

WHT/BRN

TABLE

AEC
EXPOSE

RED

A-184-J2

PREP

LCD

PAIR

RETURN

HF BUSS
J5

5.0

J1

YEL/GRN

J2

GRN

+15VDC

ES TCO DE

MA

A-194

A-184-J2

STUD

WHT/BLK

J4

SB

GND

RED/BLK

WHT

J5

ES TCO DE

PUR/WHT

J1

KVP

YEL/GRN

BRN/WHT

SENSE

PUR

A-267-J2-1

J1

E10123

DRIVER

YEL/GRN

(OPTIONAL)

A-184

POWER

LOW

J1

YEL/GRN

PANEL

BLK

EXPOSE

HIGH

IGBT

A-184-J1-7 (+15VDC)

YEL/GRN

TWISTED

J2

F6

BRN

J9

BRN/WHT

BLU/WHT

F7

CONTROL

PCB

20

OPERATOR

CONTROL
GRY

22VAC

18

HIGH

ASSY

P1

WHT

A-267-J2-2

TWISTED

BRN

BLK

ESTCODE

PCB

BOARD

A-189A
J1

11

8A

10.5VAC

19

BLK
TWISTED/3

10

BLK/WHT

16

12

3A

BLU

17

CNTL1

20

RED/WHT

R3

15VAC

15

WHT/BLK

J4

D6
1N4005

R4
1ohm 5W

1ohm 5W

FREQUENCY

ES TC OD E

K2

GRN

BLU

14

CONT
3A

3A

8.5VAC

K1
ESTCODE

A-184-J2

COLLIMATOR

8A

TRANSFORMER
ANODE

A-185

+15VDC

24VAC

TC OD E

F8

J5

BLK

K3

D5
1N4005
8

TO

P2

RED/BLK

DISTRIBUTION

RETURN

CONT

YEL

7A

-15VDC

F11 8A

11

TB1

6
4

F16

YEL

ES

POWER
SHUTOFF
PCB

5
RED

DR1-3

A-184-J2

A-184-J2

A-202

J1

1uf

E30068A

J1

E STCO DE

TOP

ES TC OD E

+24VDC

-205VDC
0VAC

10

BRN

YEL/GRN

F2

BLK/WHT

2
BLK

2
DR24

SPARK

1uf

C3

BLK

A-267-J2-6

(2x) 1N4005

C27

STCO DE

8A

SSR

220V

YEL/GRN

1
BLK

V3

50VAC
3A

BLK

BLK

L2

C2

A-318A

0.1

SES2

F18

WHT/BLK

D4&11

ED OCTSE

WHT
WHT

VSENSE

YEL/GRN

SUPPLY

WHT

POWER

FL1
WHT

30A
ESTCODE

STANDBY
FL1

BLU

HFD1

8
2

SEL4

ESTCODE

HFD2

F13

K2

AECVREF

J3
2

3A

A-911

HFD3

F10

ORN

PCB

+5VDC

CODE

RED

C26

CHARGER

220VAC

(2x) 1N4005

0.1

F12

SOURCE

D3&10

30A

A-288C

ORN/WHT

RED

220VAC

PS-1

HFD4

E DO CT SE

HFD5

-10.2REF

E DO CT S

J2

J2

J1

ANAGND

3A

HFD6

E DO CT S

F9

ORN

4
5

COM

N L

PREP

J1

E DO CT S

-15VDC

EXPOSE

E DO CT S

+15VDC

E DO CT S

HFD7

E DO CT SE

ES TC OD E

DR2-5
+24VDC

ESTCODE

#2)

B8

HOLD

4 CONDUCTOR CABLE

AUX1
DR2-4
IN

USE

YELLOW

SSR

AC VOLTAGE

BLUE

SOURCE

HF3-SEE (STORED ENERGY) REV.1


6-28-01

10-25

HCMI GENERATOR

EUREKA TRUE

SPEED WALL BUCKY

DIN RAIL

(120 VAC)

BLACK

12

LINE

7
BLUE

(GND)

(0VAC)

13

GREEN

NEUTRAL

10
9

ORANGE

BUCKY START

WHITE

COM BUCKY 2 (WALL)


COM BUCKY 1 (TABLE)

GND

SWITCH CLOSES
WHEN BUCKY

STARTS MOVING

CONT BUCKY (CONTACT)

11

Standard Cable is 30ft. long.


Use WR-0305, 6 conductor, 20awg.

RED

GENERAL NOTE

Health Care Manufacturing Inc.

UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED


THREE PLACE DECIMAL

.XXX

+
-

.XX

.X

.010

Schematic: Eureka

.030

True Speed
Wall Bucky

.050

ALL PARTS MUST BE DEBURRED

AND FREE OF SHARP EDGES


THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS PROPRIETARY INFORMATION
AND SUCH INFORMATION MAY NOT BE DISCLOSED TO
OTHERS FOR ANY PURPOSES WITHOUT WRITTEN
PERMISSION FROM HEALTH CARE MANUFACTURING INC.

DRAWN BY

DWG NO.

SIZE FSCM NO.

C. Morrow B
APPROVED

SCALE

Date

REV

Eureka_ts
SHEET

10-26